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Graduate Diploma of Telecommunications & Network Engineering
Evaluate and Use Telecommunications Management Networks
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Your task is to research the following topics then outline your findings in a report. Use the questions below as a guide to your research:
1. What information will you need to consider and include when evaluating administrative network management systems?
Network management has evolved right into a complex collection of functions delicately balanced with one another. In trendy these features comply with the traditional FCAPS version, a network control version advanced with the aid of ISO. The FCAPS version composed of 5 predominant areas of functionality for network management, fault, configuration, accounting, overall performance, and protection. while this framework is a supe
version, some other exceptional practices technique for provider transport become designed to align itself with cutting-edge IT organizational systems and expand upon the FCAPS version.
2. Briefly review the various business models and business processes used in telecommunications management networks
The telecommunications industry has developed industry standards from its early days. As the value propositions have shifted from technology to business service providers, the traditionally technology oriented standards had to be supplemented by business and process oriented models.
3. What considerations will need to be included when investigating enterprise solutions for a given situation?
knowing the problem type: knowing the type of situation the enterprise is going to be put in is highly important and vital to understand and analyse it.
Risk and threats finding: Evaluating the issue and doing risk analysis before starting the enterprise and checking all possible out
eaks before hand helps to mitigate them in future.
ecollect, there are a few matters that you could do not anything approximately. They’re not issues; they're simply information of existence. often, what seems to be a trouble is clearly an possibility in cover.
4. What are the different types of operations network management systems you might need to evaluate?
Community/ Network layer model version- Networking technology are technology that are used allow networks to feature to meant overall performance levels. The functions and skills of networking technology protocols within the numerous layers of the community is to receive and transmit statistics from one host to every other as allowable based at the precise internet protocol and the addresses of the network items which are being communicated.
The Open system Interconnection version (generally called the OSI model for
ief) helped exchange the face of network computing. earlier than the OSI model, most industrial networks used by organizations had been constructed using nonstandardized technologies evolved through one vendor (remember the fact that the net became in use at the time but changed into now not extensive and certainly was now not commercial). for the duration of the overdue 1970s, the global organisation for Standardization (ISO) created the Open system Interconnection Subcommittee, whose mission became to develop a framework of requirements for laptop-to-laptop communications. In 1984, this attempt produced the OSI version.
5. What should you do to determine the organisational policies and procedures that relate to management systems?
Identification of telecommunications network infrastructure;
Mapping of critical telecommunications infrastructure.
6. What types of benefits and changes to the organisation or industry might you identify through conducting an evaluation of the impact of the workplace and industry environment on the use of a telecommunications management system?
· Communication and information technology
eakthroughs, especially mobile technologies and the Internet that enable work to be separated from time and space.
· More reliable service
· Cost reduction
Written Activity Checklist
Written Activity Checklist
For this assessment, the student must complete the written activity.
The written activity is a stand-alone activity that will allow the student to display the required knowledge and skills that are essential when deciding overall competency.
Has the student satisfactorily completed the written activity?
Did the Student provide evidence of their ability to research the following topics and outline the findings in a report:
What information will you need to consider and include when evaluating administrative network management systems?
Briefly review the various business models and business processes used in telecommunications management networks
What considerations will need to be included when investigating enterprise solutions for a given situation?
What are the different types of operations network management systems you might need to evaluate?
What should you do to determine the organisational policies and procedures that relate to management systems?
What types of benefits and changes to the organisation or industry might you identify through conducting an evaluation of the impact of the workplace and industry environment on the use of a telecommunications management system?
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The following task must be demonstrated in consistent performance in conditions that are safe and replicate the workplace. Noise levels, production flow, inte
uptions and time variances must be typical of those experienced in the telecommunications – project management field of work and include access to:
A telecommunications operations site with a network management system
Networked computers with relevant software
For this task you are to complete the following steps to research, evaluate and report on a telecommunications management network.
Complete the following steps to research for your report:
1. Research, and document, the architectural features and functions of the network management systems, in both common ca
ier and extended models
A common ca
ier, in telecommunications, is an entity that provides wired and wireless communication services to the general public for a fee. A common ca
ier can be contrasted with a contract ca
ier, also called a private ca
ier, which provides services to a limited number of customers. This ca
ier sends information and data through LAN and WLAN.
Extended models are more higher networks and complex and uses large network objects namely satellite, tower.
2. Research, and document, the major features, configuration and functions of the management systems, including Standards Committee International Telecommunications Union, (ITU-T) TMN architecture and network models
sectors of the ITU are:
al exchange: The radio consultative committee o
CCIR manages all the worldwide radio-frequency spectrum
and the range of satellite tv for pc assets.
Standardisation: The standardisation area is the unique
aspect of the ITU and stays the center of its operations. All
of the requirements that must be adhered to as part of this area
should be abided through, at some stage in the improvement and
protection of all telecommunications initiatives.
improvement: The development quarter of the ITU is
answerable for the spreading and coordination of sustainable,
equitable and less costly data and ve
technologies get entry to.
ITU telecom: The telecom zone of the ITU organises all of the
important activities for the telecommunications industry.
3. Research, and document, the procedures for fault management and accountability, including:
a. Techniques for collecting management information from network nodes using inte
upts and polling
. Enterprise solutions for a given situation
a.computer networks and community control, an inte
upt is a signal that is despatched to the processor via a software program or hardware components that suggests that an urgent occasion has passed off and is in need of interest.
There are two kinds of inte
upts that may arise, and those are:
while an inte
upt is acquired by using the processor, the response will be that the modern-day ho
y of the processor will be suspended.
. global services organisation that supports large, mission-critical business systems around the world. Delivering your business needs includes the seamless integration of the best-fit solutions. Our systems management expertise encompasses:
system administrating and monitoring control
4. Research, and document, the major features and functions of the QoS agreements, including:
a. The relevant international standards
. The range and type of possible monitoring parameters for QoS
· Towards on a single packet based transport infrastructure
· With integrated (transport) services
· Pre-defined transmission planning of QoS has become a major challenge:
· Fixed allocation of resources is no longer possible
· Packet-based network quality parameter requirements are pretty undefined
· Responsibility for end-to-end QoS has been lost
· Services must be considered as applications executed in the terminal devices
· IP networks cannot provide for self standing end-to-end QoS
· Only transport classes, which enable QoS differentiation
· QoS Challenges depend strongly on role of stakeholders
5. Research, and document, the network management techniques, including how accounting records are generated and used for both voice and data networks
It'll be vital to make certain that an accounting server is utilised so that you can direct all accounting data to the only location in which it could be looked after, analysed and used. data that can be saved on the accounting server includes:
overall performance records traditional voice accounting strategies which might be to be ca
ied out as a part of the control of the telecommunications community are standardised within the global widespread for telecommunications as defined with the aid of the ITU as a part of TMN.
6. Research and analyse the major features of planning for reliability and survivability. Document the analysis.
Disaster and safety control rules and methods need to be considered in an effort to