Integrated Network Management V

Integrated management in a virtual world Proceedings of the Fifth IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management San Diego, California, U.S.A., May 12–16, 1997

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ISBN: 978-1-4757-5519-0 (Print) 978-0-387-35180-3 (Online)

Table of contents (75 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiv

  2. Track I

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Standards, Protocols and Interoperability

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        Pages 153-164

        Joint Inter Domain Management: CORBA, CMIP and SNMP

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        Pages 165-176

        A service engineering approach to inter-domain TMN system development

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        Pages 177-191

        TMN/C++: An object-oriented API for GDMO, CMIS, and ASN.1

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        Pages 192-203

        SNMP and TL-1: Simply integrating management of legacy systems?

      Management Paradigms

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        Pages 207-218

        Determining the Availability of Distributed Applications

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        Pages 219-231

        Secure Service Management in Virtual Service Networks

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        Pages 232-244

        Intelligent Agents for Network Fault Diagnosis and Testing

      New Approaches to Customer Network Management

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        Pages 5-16

        Multi-level reasoning for managing distributed enterprises and their networks

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        Pages 17-30

        Integrated Customer-Focused Network Management: Architectural Perspectives

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        Pages 31-43

        Customer facing components for network management systems

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        Pages 44-57

        A VPN Management Architecture for Supporting CNM Services in ATM Networks

      Web and Java Approaches

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        Pages 61-70

        Network Management using Internet Technologies

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        Pages 71-84

        Using the World Wide Web and Java for Network Service Management

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        Pages 85-95

        Distributed systems management on the web

      TMN — Today and Tomorrow

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        Pages 99-112

        Integrated TMN service provisioning and management environment

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        Pages 113-126

        The use of allomorphism for the access control service in OSI management environment

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        Pages 127-138

        Experiences on building a distributed computing platform prototype for telecom network and service management

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        Pages 139-150

        Active Objects in TMN

  3. Track II

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 245-245

    2. Broadband Network Management

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        Pages 249-261

        Layered Bandwidth Management in ATM/SDH Networks

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        Pages 262-274

        Unified Fault, Resource Management and Control in ATM-based IBCN

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