Basic Concepts for Managing Telecommunications Networks: by Lawrence Bernstein

By Lawrence Bernstein

You will need to comprehend what got here sooner than and the way to meld new items with legacy platforms. community managers have to comprehend the context and origins of the platforms they're utilizing. Programmers desire an realizing of the explanations in the back of the interfaces they need to fulfill and the connection of the software program they construct to the full community. and at last, revenues representatives have to see the context into which their items needs to healthy.

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Managing any portion of the network is complicated, but none more so than the access network known colloquially as “the last mile,” which is the low-speed, low-capacity line that actually connects the home or business to the high-speed network. The speed at which new networks operate makes older kinds of analysis, which require time, too slow to use. Old solutions cannot be extrapolated to work in the high-speed world, which is both a worry and a challenge. This chapter will discuss some questions that spring from a mandate to provide any combination of information, anywhere, any time, recognizing that the technol15 16 Basic Concepts for Managing Telecommunications Networks ogy in this area changes so rapidly that by the time this is read, many more new questions will have arisen.

From one point, any service, any system, any network element could be reached to give automated, near-real-time service activation, and continuous trouble surveillance. The enabling technology for this achievement would be an integrated data model built on descriptions embedded in objects, synchronized with network elements. The result would be significant savings over present methods. An ideal network management system would detect anomalies from any source. Rather than dump a glut of raw bits, this system would digest data and transform them into information, presenting the network manager with only what was needed to resolve the problem.

Manufacturers devoted much money to the effort of making sure their offerings were compatible. 7 Data networks present mediation problems because the technology outpaces the ability of the industry to define and enforce standards. For example, in the ADSL area there are new, nonstandard product offerings that have different protocols but give better performance, use less power, and cost less to administer. In a dynamic market, there is a constant tension between economy and standardization. The quality of the physical and logical networks is measured by bit errors and dropped frames.

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