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Fault and attack management in all-optical networks

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3 Author(s)
Rejeb, R. ; Warwick Univ., Coventry ; Leeson, M.S. ; Green, R.J.

Network management for optical networks faces additional security challenges that arise by using transparent optical network components in communication systems. While some available management mechanisms are applicable to different types of network architectures, many of these are not adequate for all-optical networks. These have unique features and requirements in terms of security and quality of service, thus requiring a much more targeted approach in terms of network management. In this article we consider management issues with particular emphasis on complications that arise due to the unique characteristics and peculiar behaviors of transparent network components. In particular, signal quality monitoring is still a major complication in all-optical networks. Despite new methods for detection and localization of attacks having been proposed, no robust standards or techniques exist to date for guaranteeing the quality of service in these networks. Therefore, sophisticated mechanisms that assist in managing and assessing the proper function of transparent network components are highly desirable. Accordingly, we present an algorithm for multiple attack localization and identification that can participate in some tasks for fault management of all-optical networks

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

November 2006

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