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MPLS network management : MIBs, tools, and techniques

Author: Thomas D Nadeau
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Morgan Kaufmann, ©2003.
Series: Morgan Kaufmann series in networking.
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MPLS-enabled networks are enjoying tremendous growth, but practical information on managing MPLS-enabled networks has remained hard to find. Until now. MPLS Network Management: MIBs, Tools, and Techniques is the first and only book that will help you master MPLS management technologies and techniques, as they apply to classic MPLS networks, traffic-engineered networks, and VPNs. Written by the co-author of most  Read more...
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Nadeau, Thomas D.
MPLS network management.
San Francisco, Calif. : Morgan Kaufmann, ©2003
(OCoLC)51721932
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas D Nadeau
ISBN: 9781558607514 155860751X 0585449988 9780585449982 9780080512167 008051216X
OCLC Number: 162596170
Description: 1 online resource (xxxvi, 529 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 A Brief Introduction to MPLS 1.2 Applications of MPLS 1.3 Key Aspects of MPLS Network Management 1.4 Management Information Base Modules for MPLS Interview: George Swallow Chapter 2 Management Interfaces 2.1 The Basics of Management Interfaces 2.2 The Command Line Interface 2.3 CORBA 2.4 XML 2.5 Bulk File Transfer 2.6 The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Interview: Arun Vishwanathan Chapter 3 The MPLS Label Switching Router Management Information Base (MPLS-LSR MIB) 3.1 Who Should Use It 3.2 MPLS-LSR MIB at a Glance 3.3 Labels In, Labels Out 3.4 A Simple Example 3.5 The MPLS Interface Configuration Table 3.6 The InSegment Table 3.7 The MPLS OutSegment Table 3.8 The Cross-Connect Table 3.9 The Traffic Parameter Table 3.10 A Note about SNMP RowPointer Use 3.11 The Label Stack Table 3.12 Notifications 3.13 Scalability Issues with Notifications 3.14 Next Index 3.15 A Note about Indexing Interview: Kireeti Kompella Chapter 4 The MPLS Label Distribution Protocol MIB (MPLS-LDP MIB) 4.1 The Label Distribution Protocol 4.2 Managing LDP 4.3 Definition of Terms Used in the MIB 4.4 The LDP Identifier 4.5 LDP Entity Table 4.6 LDP Entity Configuration General Label Range Table 4.7 ATM Tables 4.8 Frame Relay Tables 4.9 LDP Entity Example 4.10 Gathering Statistics for Entities 4.11 LDP Peer Table 4.12 LDP Hello Adjacencies Table 4.13 LDP Session Table 4.14 LDP ATM Session Table 4.15 LDP Frame Relay Session Table 4.16 The LDP Session Statistics Table 4.17 The LDP Session Peer Address Table 4.18 Modification of Established LDP Sessions 4.19 Operational and Administrative Status 4.20 Mapping Tables 4.21 Cross-Connects FEC Table 4.22 Notifications 4.23 What the MIB Does Not Support 4.24 How the MIB Varies from the LDP Specification 4.25 Using the MPLS-LDP MIB with TDP Interview: Joan Cucchiara Chapter 5 The MPLS Forward Equivalency Class to Next-Hop Label Forward Entry MIB (MPLS-FTN MIB) 5.1 Who Should Use It 5.2 IP Traffic In, MPLS Labels Out 5.3 Forwarding Equivalency Classes 5.4 A Simple Example of FEC-to-NHLFE 5.5 MPLS FTN Table 5.6 MPLS FTN Map Table 5.7 MPLS FTN Performance Table 5.8 Another FTN Example Interview: Bruce Davie Chapter 6 The Interfaces MIB and MPLS 6.1 Who Should Use It 6.2 IF-MIB Overview 6.3 Evolution of the IF-MIB 6.4 Applying the IF-MIB to Classic MPLS Networks 6.5 Applying the IF-MIB to MPLS TE Networks Interview: Adrian Farrel Chapter 7 Offline Traffic Engineering 7.1 Traffic Engineering 7.2 Traffic Engineering in MPLS Networks 7.3 Deliberate MPLS TE Models 7.4 Tunnel Sizing 7.5 Tunnel Path Selection 7.6 Use of Offline TE for Backup Tunnels 7.7 The Traffic Engineering System 7.8 TE System Components 7.9 Input to Traffic Engineering Tools 7.10 TE Cycle Components 7.11 Offline versus Online Calculations Interview: Ross Callon Chapter 8 The MPLS Traffic Engineering MIB (MPLS-TE MIB) 8.1 Constraint-Based Routing 8.2 Signaling Constraint-Based Paths 8.3 MPLS-TE MIB Overview 8.4 Definition of Terms Used in the MIB 8.5 RowPointer Usage in MPLS-TE MIB 8.6 Scalars 8.7 The Tunnel Table 8.8 MPLS Tunnel Resource Table 8.9 The CR-LDP Resource Table 8.10 MPLS Tunnel Hop Table 8.11 The Actual Route Hop Table 8.12 The Computed Route Hop Table 8.13 The Tunnel Performance Table 8.14 IF-MIB Applicability 8.15 Tunnel Table and MPLS-LSR MIB Interaction 8.16 Multiple Tunnels across MPLS Network Example 8.17 Notifications Interview: Harmen Van Der Linde Chapter 9 NetFlow Accounting 9.1 NetFlow Overview 9.2 Flow-Based Accounting 9.3 NetFlow Architecture 9.4 NetFlow Data Export 9.5 Deploying NetFlow 9.6 NetFlow Accounting for MPLS Interview: XiPeng Xiao Chapter 10 Traffic Matrix Statistics 10.1 The Traffic Engineering Problem 10.2 Traffic Matrix Statistics Objectives 10.3 Traffic Engineering Domain of Interest 10.4 Traffic Characterization 10.5 Selecting Sampling Periods 10.6 Traffic Matrix Structure 10.7 Measurement Architecture Options 10.8 Cost and Performance Considerations Interview: Danny McPherson Chapter 11 The MPLS Virtual Private Networking MIB (PPVPN-MPLS-VPN MIB) 11.1 MPLS Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) 11.2 Definition of Terms Used in the MIB 11.3 The PPVPN-MPLS-VPN MIB at a glance 11.4 Scalar Objects 11.5 MplsVpnVrfTable 11.6 MplsVPNIfConfTable 11.7 MplsVPNPerfTable 11.8 MplsVpnVrfRouteTable 11.9 MplsVpnRouteTargetTable 11.10 MplsVpnVrfBgpNbrAddrTable 11.11 MplsVpnVrfBgpNbrPrefixTable 11.12 mplsVpnVrfSecTable 11.13 Notifications 11.14 Enterprise VPN Example Interview: Cheenu Srinivasan Chapter 12 Future Directions for MPLS Network Management 12.1 Generalized MPLS (GMPLS) 12.2 Pseudo-Wire Edge-to-Edge Emulation 12.3 New Developments in MPLS 12.4 IETF PPVPN Working Group VPN Management Standardization 12.5 DMTF 12.6 Concluding Remarks Appendix A: IETF and Other Standards Bodies Appendix B: MPLS-TC MIB Glossary Bibliography Index Concluding Remarks Glossary
Series Title: Morgan Kaufmann series in networking.
Responsibility: Thomas D. Nadeau.
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