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TR 32.833 (SA5)
Study on Management of Converged Networks

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V11.0.0 (Wzip)  2012/09  29 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. Schmidt, Jörg
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Traditional network management systems are organized along silos for the different communication network technologies, like radio networks or transport networks. As a consequence of this architecture there is little or no knowledge in one management system about the other management systems. Also, typically there is no information exchange between these systems. This is why true end to end management is normally not possible.

This industry is moving towards removing these silos. Numerous activities have been started recently. One direction is the general harmonisation and alignment of the management approaches and management interfaces. Another direction is the development of management applications being able to deal with management information for several network technologies. The final goal is a converged OSS.

This study assumes that this converged OSS is already in place. The scope of this study is to investigate which new functionalities regarding a true end to end management are enabled by a converged OSS. The fragments looked at are Fault Management, Performance Management and Configuration Management.

This TR investigates which new functionalities regarding a true end to end management are enabled by a converged OSS. The fragments looked at are Fault Management, Performance Management and Configuration Management.


 

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1  ScopeWord-p. 5
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 6
4  Definition of the Problem SpaceWord-p. 8
5  Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) Use CasesWord-p. 10
6  Potential Relationships to other SDOs and Industry ForaWord-p. 19
7  Evaluation of Management Convergence Options
8  Management Convergence RecommendationsWord-p. 24
A  Name-Containment Class diagram from TS 32.622Word-p. 25
B  Containment Diagram from M4 Network View CMIP MIB SpecificationWord-p. 26
C  Brief description of FNMWord-p. 27
D  Network Management related TISPAN StandardsWord-p. 28Up
E  Change historyWord-p. 29

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