A comprehensive guide for designing and implementing effective strategies for network performance and management
- Design and implement performance and fault monitoring that will measure and report the effectiveness of your Cisco network
- Generate reports and alerts that provide network information and status
- Learn to navigate Cisco's documentation and MIBs to determine which elements of a specific technology you should manage
- Study the key aspects of systems and VLAN management of Cisco devices
- Discover best practices and related configurations for implementing network management on Cisco routers and switches
Performance and Fault Management is a comprehensive guide to designing and implementing effective strategies for monitoring performance levels and correctng problems in Cisco networks. It provides an overview of router and LAN switch operations to help you understand how to manage such devices, as well as guidance on the essential MIBs, traps, syslog messages, and show commands for managing Cisco routers and switches.
Written by a team of network management experts, this book details how to implement the practice of network management through documentation, process reviews, and network baselining. It explains various management commands, data, protocols, and resources in Cisco routers and switches. With this book, you will discover how to achieve optimum performance and fault management results on your Cisco network.
|Series:||Networking Technology Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.65(w) x 9.45(h) x 1.68(d)|
About the Author
Paul L. Della Maggiora, CCIE #1522, is a Technical Marketing Engineer for Cisco's Performance Design and Verification Center. With more than 10 years experience in the networking industry, he has served as Escalation Engineer and NMS team lead for the TaC and Product Marketing Engineer since joining Cisco in 1994.
Christopher E. Elliott, CCIE #2018, has 25 years of experience in the networking industry, starting on the aRPaNET. He currently works for the Cisco Systems TaC. For the last eight years, he has concentrated on network management, including writing network management applications containing a distributed SNMP polling system.
Robert L. Pavonc, Jr., CCIE #1265, is a Network auditor and Tools Consultant on the Net Tools Team within Cisco's Customer advocacy organization. With more than 10 years of experience, he has dealt with everything from configuring analog modems to troubleshooting complex customer IP networks.
Kent J. Phelps, CCIE #2149, has more than 15 years of experience with information systems and communication networks. With Cisco Systems since 1996, he has concentrated for the past six years on network management and analysis.
James M. Thompson, CCIE #1758, has more than 20 years of experience in data and communications networking-from working with the aRPaNET and MILNET through supporting networks with more than 10,000 routers. He is currently a High availability Network Consultant with Network Supported accounts at Cisco Systems.