Cameron Laird's personal notes on network management
Network Management subsumes
- Configuration Management,
- Performance Management,
- Fault Management,
- Security Management,
- Accounting Management, and
- Network Capacity Planning.
Much of the information I've collected about network management
I've organized with notes about the specific
(standard for data network hosts, printers, and UPSs)
I also do my own low-level
mostly centered this
decade around IP and Unix.
I'm currently working on a
called "Network Management with Scotty".
Explain Element Management Systems.
Management Resource Database is outstanding, and still growing.
Christine Gressley also has a fine
management jump table.
is the standard public newsgroup.
is a site explicitly in support of the newsgroup.
The Network Management Forum
Network management generally is considered in relation to
Picking the right NMS
- TME from Tivoli
- Spectrum from Cabletron
- PathWay Management Station from Wollongong
- Netware Management Systems from Novell
- NerveCenter from Seagate
- InCharge from SMARTS
automates fault and performance management
- NetExpert from OSII
(CMIP-biased) [this seems to be a slow and over-worked server]
- AT&T: Compulert; Starkeeper
- Trakker [Network Health] from Concord Communications
- RouterManager from StonyBrook
- Network General
- HIS Technologies AG has recently developed an
for OpenVMS in association with HP
- NM*Server from Comtek also works under OpenVMS
- BayNetworks's Optivity
- NOCOL is
- network analysis:
SSH Client products provide secure logins over insecure networks.
This is quite interesting.
book on network management with
Laird's notes on