Network Management

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Accordingto Mintbergs model an organization structure has five components,strategic apex, middle line managers, operating core, support staff,and technological structure (Werner, J. M., &amp DeSimone, R. L.2012). The strategic apex represents the overall level of authorityin an organization. They make decisions for the organization anddecide which direction the company heads.The middle line managersimplement the decision of top management being the link between theoperating core and strategic apex. Operating core is people in theorganization who do the operational duties of the organization. Theyare directly linked to the production of commodities andservices.Technical structure, represents the analytical fellows whodesign the organization, change it or train people in theorganization Support staff, composed of people who are specialized tohelp organization outside the operating frame example a secretary,receptionist.

Communicationmodel used from the strategic level to all other levels of theorganization and from superiors to a low level is downwardcommunication. Communication from law level to high level is upwardcommunication. The communication between organizational department ishorizontal communication.

Getnext request is used to help manager get information on manyvariables.

Getbulk operation request a number of get next request to be returned ina single pack.s

Rmonmeans remote monitoring.A typical Rmon has two components, yoursystem and the management station. The system is an inbuilt probethat functionally examines all LAN traffic on all areas and keeps a detailed summary of statistics and history in its local memory. Themanagement station communicates with the system and retrieves summarydata.It can be a different network from the system and manages theprobe system in or out of band connection.

Theimportance of Rmon it enables the system to examine the networkSwithout affecting it in any way. The system can also report out ofordinary states. In simple terms, it allows monitoring and analyzingof data segment traffic.

NMmeans Nehalem (microarchitecture). It is a code name for an Intelprocessor possible architecture NM is Dynamically managed cores,simultaneous multi-threading system. Innovative extension to theIntel Streaming SIMD Extension and superior multi-level cacheincluding inclusive shared L3 cache. Design decisions will be basedon optimal performance, power efficiency, and price

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References

Werner,J. M., &amp DeSimone, R. L. (2012). Humanresource development.Mason, OH: South-Western.

Bernstein,L., &amp Yuhas, C. M. (1999). Basicconcepts for managing telecommunications networks: Copper to sand toglass to air.New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Running Head NETWORK MANAGEMENT 1

NetworkManagement

StudentsName

Accordingto Mintbergs model an organization structure has five components,strategic apex, middle line managers, operating core, support staff,and technological structure (Werner, J. M., &amp DeSimone, R. L.2012). The strategic apex represents the overall level of authorityin an organization. They make decisions for the organization anddecide which direction the company heads.The middle line managersimplement the decision of top management being the link between theoperating core and strategic apex. Operating core is people in theorganization who do the operational duties of the organization. Theyare directly linked to the production of commodities andservices.Technical structure, represents the analytical fellows whodesign the organization, change it or train people in theorganization Support staff, composed of people who are specialized tohelp organization outside the operating frame example a secretary,receptionist.

Communicationmodel used from the strategic level to all other levels of theorganization and from superiors to a low level is downwardcommunication. Communication from law level to high level is upwardcommunication. The communication between organizational department ishorizontal communication.

Getnext request is used to help manager get information on manyvariables.

Getbulk operation request a number of get next request to be returned ina single pack.s

Rmonmeans remote monitoring.A typical Rmon has two components, yoursystem and the management station. The system is an inbuilt probethat functionally examines all LAN traffic on all areas and keeps a detailed summary of statistics and history in its local memory. Themanagement station communicates with the system and retrieves summarydata.It can be a different network from the system and manages theprobe system in or out of band connection.

Theimportance of Rmon it enables the system to examine the networkSwithout affecting it in any way. The system can also report out ofordinary states. In simple terms, it allows monitoring and analyzingof data segment traffic.

NMmeans Nehalem (microarchitecture). It is a code name for an Intelprocessor possible architecture NM is Dynamically managed cores,simultaneous multi-threading system. Innovative extension to theIntel Streaming SIMD Extension and superior multi-level cacheincluding inclusive shared L3 cache. Design decisions will be basedon optimal performance, power efficiency, and price

GetNextreguest(sysDescr.O

Getresponse.(sysDescr.= “Sun Os

Get Next request(Sysobject ID.0

Get response(SysobjectID.0=enterprises.11.2.3.10.12

Get Next Request(Sys uptime00

Get response(sys uptime0=224734550

GetresponseSysname=”noc”

Getnext request(services0

A

E

T

B

c

a, b, and c represent non repeatersset. One get next response triggers one response.

1

1 e

2

2

1

1

T Send a request 1

Get response 1,2

T Send a request 2

Get response 1,2

References

Werner,J. M., &amp DeSimone, R. L. (2012). Humanresource development.Mason, OH: South-Western.

Bernstein,L., &amp Yuhas, C. M. (1999). Basicconcepts for managing telecommunications networks: Copper to sand toglass to air.New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.