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In-network management (INM) is a paradigm for distributed and embedded management for future networks. One of its main design goals is to be used in conjunction with Network-as-a-Service (NaaS)-enabled networks, which need to be managed efficiently, in a way that requires only little manual interaction, and across administrative network domains. In this paper, we present an elaborate an INM prototype that we have implemented to demonstrate INM's capabilities, based on our previously introduced INM architecture. Using a comprehensive network scenario, we discuss a number of real-time and algorithm measurements to demonstrate how INM can enable efficient management of NaaS-enabled networks.