Track 3 - Network Management
(TENTATIVE PROGRAM)

 

Objective

Provide participants with a set of structured theoretical principles on the topic of network management and share the experience gained in the operation of complex IP networks.

 

Content includes a discussion of free software alternatives available at the moment and the opportunity to install and operate some of these.

 

The workshop will introduce the concepts and practices of network management, as well as its operation, monitoring, performance analysis, planning and troubleshooting.


Coordinator

  • Hervey Allen

Requirements

Acquaintance with Unix/Linux and the protocol family TCP/IP and Ethernet.

Program and further details in the spanish page

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Track 2: IPv6 Deployment

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Track 3: Network Management

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Track 4: Security Informatics

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Track 5: High Availability and Virtualization

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Track 6: Designing Campus Networks

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Track 7: Wireless Sensor Networks

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Acknowledgements

 

 

Special thanks to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the support given to WALC and EsLaRed through the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC).