Netzwerkmanagement mit SNMP (SNMP)

Course Description Schedule
 

Who should attend

Network Administrators, Planners and System Advisors who are responsible for network management and analysis of systems. Monitoring networks and their performance and planning and administering SNMP based solutions.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of the course Networking & TCP/IP Fundamentals (NWF)

Course Objectives

This course includes a systematic introduction in the concepts and solutions of network management, emphasizing SNMP based systems and protocols.

Course Content

  • Network management and Network management systems
  • What is network managment?
  • Network management and OSI
  • SNMP + RMOIN- standards and protocols
  • Other network management protocols and standards
  • SNMP – The simple network monitoring protocol
  • Concepts and architecture
  • Components of SNMP
  • Managament Information Base – MIB
  • Access to MIB structures – tasks and operations
  • Evaluations of SNMP traps
  • SNMP versions
  • Analysis of SNMP
  • Borders of SNMP and the public MIB structure
  • Lab: Access of SNMP systems and analysis of the data
  • Remote Monitoring – RMON
    • Excercises of RMON
    • Basics and standards
    • RMON – Protocols, RMON 1 and RMON 2
    • RMON Collecter
    • Evaluation of RMON Statistics
    • Borders of RMON
    • Manufacture renhancements
  • Practical performance management
  • Network management sysems practical
    • SNMP – problems while configuring and implementing
    • SNMP systems und security
    • Consequences of SNMP- Management on network and systems
  • Management systems in an overview
    • Types and public represantives
    • Choice of management systems
    • Borders of management systems
Classroom Training
Modality: C

Duration 2 days

Price (excl. tax)
  • Eastern Europe: 1,290.- €
Dates and Booking
 
Schedule

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