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An implementation of the Common Network Management Information Service Element interfaces

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The implementation of the Common Network Management Information Service Element (CMISE) interfaces and how they interact with the other protocol layers are investigated. The aim of the work described was to develop a network management system to monitor, analyze, and manage the interactions between a network agent connected to an open systems interconnection (OSI) network and the OSI resources that are used by the agent. An overview of the International Standards Organization Network Management Framework is followed by a discussion of the experimental system used, the Management Specific Application Service Elements (MSASE) services, CMISE service primitives, CMISE protocol functions used by the network manager system, the ACMISE (Agent CMISE) protocol used to respond to the remote operations requested by the CMISE services, interfaces devised for the network manager system, and examples of the usage of the network manager commands with their associated responses. It is concluded that the bulk of the intelligence associated with subnetwork management can be in the MSASE and the CMISE.<>

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 7 )