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Introduction to Network Management

Introduction to Network Management

This section describes the purpose and key elements in network management.

The ever expanding network and increasing network devices present a major challenge in effectively managing networks and providing high-quality network services. Network management is vital to the proper functionality of a network solution.

The following four elements are involved in network management:

  • Managed node: device that is managed on the network.
  • Agent: software or hardware that traces the status of the managed node.
  • Manager: device that communicates with the agents residing on managed nodes and displays the status of the agents.
  • Network management protocol: protocol that is used to exchange information between the manager and agents.

    Currently, the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is most widely used for network management over TCP/IP-based network.

Updated: 2019-05-31

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