Network Management Tutorial-Communication Systems-Lecture Slides, Slides for Communication Systems. Ankit Institute of Technology and Science

Communication Systems

Description: This lecture is part of lecture series on Communication Systems. It was delivered by Dr. Sachet Khatri at Ankit Institute of Technology and Science. It includes: Network, Management, Optimization, Capabilities, Resources, System, Depth, PSTN, Functions, Performance, Deterioration, Routing, Configuration
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Network Management 1
“Effective network management optimizes a
telecommunication network’s operational
capabilities and resources - Optimization.”
• System Depth - A Network Management
• Network Management - From A PSTN
Network Management 2
Network Management Functions
Some of the primary functions of network management
can be listed as follows:
It keeps the network operating at peak performance.
It informs the operator of impending deterioration.
It provides easy alternative routing and work
arounds when deterioration or failure takes place.
It also provides the tools for pinpointing the causes
of performance deterioration or failure.
It serves as the front-line command post for network
Network Management 3
The Need for Management
Typical problem
– Remote user arrives at
regional office and experiences
slow or no response from
corporate web server
Where do you begin?
– Where is the problem?
– What is the problem?
– What is the solution?
Without proper network
management, these
questions are difficult to
answer… Corp Network
Regional Offices
WWW ServersWWW Servers
Remote UserRemote User
Network Management 4
Corp Network
Regional Offices
WWW ServersWWW Servers
Remote UserRemote User
The Case for Management
With proper management tools
and procedures in place, you
may already have the answer.
Consider some possibilities:
1. What configuration changes
were made overnight?
2. Have you received a device
fault notification indicating the
3. Have you detected a security
4. Has your performance baseline
predicted this behavior on an
increasingly congested network
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