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Network and Telecommunications Management, IT-M 575

About this Course: 

This course addresses the design, implementation, and management of computer networks and enterprise telecommunications systems. Design issues in wide area networks and telecommunications with emphasis on Internet connectivity are also addressed. Tools for supporting the distribution and sharing of system resources and information are discussed, along with tools to support network design and management.

Course Status: 

Not scheduled

Prerequisites: 

IT-O 441 Network+ Certification Training II or equivalent experience.

Expected Outcomes: 

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate solid knowledge and some hands-on experience of the telecommunication network management technology.
  • Understand the challenges and drivers, architectures and functions, as well as important concepts, methods and protocols used in telecom network management systems.
  • Discuss important aspect of modern telecommunication networks.

Course Outline: 

Introduction to Telecommunications Network Management
Drivers for Network Management
Management Architecture
Network Management Protocols
Development of Standard Protocols
The Management Information Base (MIB)
ASN.1 Syntax
Traversal of the MIB Tree
SNMP
OSI Management of Object Model
Structure of Management Information (SMI)
Manager/Agent Concept
GDMO
CMIS/CMIP
Name Binding
Global Registration Tree
GDMO Templates
ASN.1 Compilers
Implementation of CORBA in C++
Monitoring Distributed System Management
TMN Objectives, Functional Architecture
Future telecommunications network management needs and directions

Course Details: 

Grading/CEU award for this course includes assignments, exams, projects, labs and paper.