CS702M Advanced Network Management (Spring 2019)
Advanced network management entails monitoring and controlling various network devices on today's networks in order to provide a more reliable,
secure and efficient network environment.
This course focuses on recent advances in networking and management technologies.
The course will briefly review the architecture of Internet and its protocols, and discuss various operation and management issues.
Prof. Jae Hyoung Yoo (PIRL Room 326) : 010-2747-6367, styoo(@)postech.ac.kr
- Tue. & Thur. 11:00-12:15 pm (PIRL Room 421)
- Language used in lectures and presentations is Korean!
Teaching Assistant (TA):
- Jonghwan Hyun(DPNM Lab, PIRL Room 422) : noraki(@)postech.ac.kr
- A course on network management (e.g., CS607) is required.
If a student did not take a network management course but wishes to take this course,
the student may be admitted under the discretion of the instructor.
- There will not be a required text for this course.
Some e-books and research papers will be distributed to students to read and present.
- Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Computer Networks 5th Edition, PEARSON, ISBN 10:0-13-255317_1, 2011
- Any books about TCP/IP
- David Perkins and Evan McGinnis, Understanding SNMP MIBs, Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN 0-13-437708-7, 1997.
- Heinz-Gerd Hegering, Sebastian Abeck, Bernhard Neumair, Integrated Management of Networked Systems, Morgan Kaufmann, ISBN 1558605711, 1999.
- Mani Subramanian, Network Management: Principles and Practice, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-35742-9, 2000.
- Jean-Phillippe Martin-Flatin, Web-based Management of IP Networks and Systems, Wiley, ISBN 0-471-48702-3, 2003.
Suggested Reference Journals:
- John Wiley & Sons, International Journal of Network Management, ISSN 1055-7148.
- Springer, Journal of Network and Systems Management, ISSN 1064-7570.
- IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management.
- Henry Stewart Publications, Journal of Telecommunications Management, ISSN 1754-1662.
- IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Network, ISSN 0890-8044.
- IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Communications Magazine, ISSN 0163-6084.
- Evaluation on each student will be done based on the following:
- Class Participation - 30%
- Examination - 30%
- Paper Presentation - 10%
- Term Project - 30%
- Note: the above evaluation scheme may change slightly during the course.
There will be a term project (worth 40% of the final mark) in this course.
It can be a system development project or a research project.
The project topic must be proposed and approved.
For a system development project, the following schedule is a tentative one.
For a research project, a similar schedule will be used.
- Project Team Grouping & Proposal -- 2 weeks
- Requirements Analysis ------ 2 weeks
- High-Level Design ---------- 2 weeks
- Detail Design --------------- 2 weeks
- Implementation/Testing ------ 4 weeks
- Integration/Testing ---------- 1 week
- Documentation ------------- 1 week
- Final presentation & demo ---------- last week
- Introduction to CS702M Advanced Network Management course
- Current Network Architecture
- Internet (Topology, Subnet...)
- Optical Transmission Network
- Wireless LAN
- Cable Network
- P2P Overlay Network
- Introduction to Protocols
- SPF, Spanning Tree
- IGP(RIP, ISIS, OSPF), BGP
- MPLS(Traffic Engineering, VPN)
- Multicast Protocols
- SDN and OpenFlow
- P4, Programmable Switch
- SDN/NFV Applications
- SDN Southbound Interfaces
- SDN/NFV Research Issues
- Experiment with Mininet and SDN Controller
- P4 Programming
- Network Management
- TMN(Telecommunications Management Network) & eTOM
- SLA, QoS, QoE
- SNMP, CMIP, CLI
- NM Systems
- Router Configuration
- Configuration and test
- Network Security
- Denial of Services, Botnet
- Intrusion Detection
- Future Direction of Networks
- Low Latency Networks
- Quantum Networks
- Machine Learning and Networks
- Reading Week
- Term Project Presentation
Jae Hyoung Yoo
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)
PIRL Room 326
Tel: +82 54 279 5654