Presentation on theme: "Computer Network Management"— Presentation transcript:
1 Computer Network Management In the Name of the Most HighComputer Network ManagementbyBehzad AkbariFall 2011
2 Computer Network Management InstructorBehzad Akbari: TACourse Web Sitefall2011/netmn/
3 Computer Network Management Course objective To make acquainted the graduate students with fundamentals of network management concept, architectures, protocols and related research topics.PrerequisitesComputer Networks,Course descriptionThis course provides an introduction to both theoretical and practical aspects of computer networks and systems management including architectures, protocols, standards and also current related research topics. The students will have the chance to work with network management tools and applications and also be familiar with current research efforts on network and system management.
4 Computer Network Management Textbook:Network Management: Principles and Practice, by Mani Subramanian. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 2000.Additional Reference BookNetwork Management Fundamentals, by Alexander Clemm, Cisco press, 2006.SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3 and RMON1 and 2:The Practical Guide to Network Management Standards” by William Stallings, 3rd edition, Addison Wesley.Principles of Computer Systems and Network Management, by Dinesh Chandra Verma, Springer, 2009.For networking overview following book is recommended.Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, Featuring the Internet(4th Edition), by James Kurose and Keith Ross, Addison-Wesley Pub Co, 2008.
5 Computer Network Management GradingThere will be Homework, Quizzes, Project, Mid-Term and Final Exams. The grade will be determined by:Homework: 10%Quiz: 10%Projects: 20%Mid-Term Exam: 30%Final Exam: 30%Term research project:Each group of students (2 people groups) will work on a project. The topics of project will be prepared after midterm exam. You should prepare a short proposal and submit it during a week. Each group is required to have a presentation of their work in class.
6 Computer Network Management Tentative Course OutlineIntroduction to Network ManagementIntroduction to Basic Management Concepts and ArchitecturesNetwork management standardsNetwork management architectureAbstract Syntax Notation (ASN.1)Simple Network Management Protocol(SNMPv1)Organization and Information ModelManagement Information BaseCommunication and Functional ModelSNMPv2SNMPv3Remote Monitoring: RMON1 and RMON2
7 Computer Network Management Network Managements ToolsNetwork Management Applications (Configuration, Performance, Fault and Security Management).Web based Management and Other Management Frameworks ( CORBA based management, web based management, JMX and DMTF)Distributed Management Framework (Mobile Agent Based Management, etc.)