This course introduces the principles, techniques, and tools used for the management of modern communication networks such as the Internet. The five major functional areas of network management are discussed: configuration management for configuring the hardware and software on network elements, performance management for measuring and controlling network performance, fault management for detecting and responding to fault conditions in the network, security management for securing and controlling access to resources in the network, and accounting management for tracking and logging network usage.
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