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(network). A pretty good Esperanto English dictionary can be found at http://esperanto-panorama.net/vortaro/eoen.htm. So what does this have to do with telecommunications and the transmission of e-mail messages Read on.
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The network user s application (Eudora, Outlook, Outlook Express, PROFS, etc.) passes data down to the uppermost layer of the OSI Model, called the Application Layer. The Application Layer provides a set of highly specific services to the application above it that have to do with the meaning or semantic content of the data. These services include, among others, file transfer, remote file access, terminal emulation, network management, mail services, and data interoperability. This interoperability is what allows our PC user and our mainframe-based user to communicate: The Application Layer converts the application-specific information into a common, canonical form that can be understood by both systems. A canonical form is a form that can be understood universally. The word comes from canon, which refers to the body of officially established rules or laws that govern the practices of a church. The word also means an accepted set of principles of behavior that all parties in a social or functional grouping agree to abide by. Hence, the applicability of Esperanto. Now let s examine a real-world example of a network-oriented canonical form. When network hardware manufacturers build components switches, multiplexers, cross-connect systems, modem pools for sale to their customers, they do so knowing that one of the most important aspects of a successful hardware sale is the inclusion of an element-management system that will allow the customer to manage the device within his or her network. The only problem is that today, most networks are made up of equipment purchased from a variety of vendors. Each vendor develops its own element managers on a device-by-device basis, and they work exceptionally well for each device. This does not become a problem until it comes time to create a management hierarchy for a large network shown in Figure 2-15 at which time the network management center begins to look a lot like a Macy s television department. Each device or
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Figure 2-15 A large managed network
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set of devices requires its own display monitor, and when one device in the network fails, causing a waterfall effect, the network manager must reconstruct the entire chain of events to discover what the original causative factor was. This is sometimes called the Three Mile Island effect. Back in the 1970s when the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant went critical and tried to make Pennsylvania glow in the dark, it became clear to the Monday morning quarterbacks trying to reconstruct the event (and create the How could this have been prevented document) that all the information required to turn the critical failure of the reactor into a nonevent was in fact in the control room; that is, buried somewhere in the hundreds of pages of fanfold paper that came spewing out of the high-speed printers scattered all over the control room. There was no procedure in place to receive the output from the many managed devices and processes involved in the complex task of managing a nuclear reactor, analyze the output, and hand a simple, easy-to-respondto decision to the operator. The same problem is true in complex networks. Most of them have hundreds of managed devices with simple associated elementmanagement systems that generate primitive data about the health and welfare of each device. The information from these element managers is delivered to the network management center, where it is displayed on one of many monitors that the network managers themselves use to track and respond to the status of the network. What they really need is a single map of the network that shows all of the managed devices in
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