Entries Tagged ‘Management Framework’

Work-in-Progress: Current IETF Activity Related to Network and Service Management

Updated on Friday 11 February 2010 I am often asked, “What Internet-Drafts on network and services management are IETF working groups developing?”.  The following provides a brief outline of and links to the current works-in-progress. Note that Internet-Drafts are works-in-progress and expire when a subsequent revision is available, or six months after initial publication, whichever […]

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Work-in-Progress: Current IETF Activity Related to MIB Modules

Updated on Thursday 10 February 2011 I am often asked, “What MIB modules are IETF working groups developing?”. MIB modules are defined within the relevant working group and reviewed by a small cadre of IETF MIB doctors prior to publication as an RFC. The following provides a brief outline of and links to the current […]

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NETCONF & YANG: Potential Markets

Will there be a successful outcome for NETCONF and YANG standards? Can NETCONF and YANG shift the management paradigm from configuring individual devices to the configuration of entire networks? Which network and service equipment is most likely to incorporate a NETCONF server? Early adopters of NETCONF include two large router companies. Juniper has led the […]

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