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Tellabs 8000

Network Manager Architecture

Objectives
> You will know the basics of the Tellabs 8000 network
manager architecture

> Tellabs 8000 network manager components


> Tellabs 8100 control network
> Tellabs 8000 network manager architecture options

> The region (network partitioning) and location concepts


are introduced.

Tellabs 8000
Network Manager Configuration
Satellite
Workstation(s)

Management
Standard/Power
Server(s) with
Workstation(s) Recovery
Satellite Service
Database
Server(s)
Server

routers
Communication
Server(s)

DXX Server(s)
Satellite
Workstation(s)

Network

Management
Server(s)
Route
Master

Components for Managing


Tellabs 8100 Network
Database

Workstation

DXX Servers and


optional servers

Tellabs 8100 Network

Tellabs 8100 Workstation


> Workstations are the computers
through which the operators use
the Tellabs 8000 network
manager with a graphical user
interface.

> There are four different types of


workstations available:

>
>
>
>

Standard Workstation
Power Workstation
Satellite Workstation
Private Subnetwork Workstation

Standard and Power Workstations


> Standard Workstation
> 8000 and 8100 Manager
mode

> does not contain any server


functionality

> Up to 120 can be installed


in the network including
maximum 30 workstations
in 8000 Manager mode

> Power Workstation


> Includes the Standard Workstation software
> Is running also some Tellabs 8600 services
> There can be up to 30 Power Workstations installed

Satellite and Private


Subnetwork Workstations
Satellite
Workstation(s)

> Satellite Workstation

Management
Server(s) with
Satellite Service

> does not contain any business


logic; logic runs in the Management
Server (Satellite service)

> also all database communication


and change notification handling is
done in the Management Server

> Private Subnetwork Workstation


routers

> can be used to dedicate a logical


subnetwork of the operator network
for use by an operator customer.

> the customer may manage the


Satellite
Workstation(s)

logical network dedicated to the


customer.

Database Server

DXX Server
> A link between the hardware
and the database

> The DXX Server performs


background tasks and
provides
communication service to
other Tellabs 8100
components.

Introduction to Control Paths

Areas
DXXS
1

Node in
Area 1
Node in
Area 2
Node in
Area 3
Node in
Area 4

DXXS 2 DXXS 3

Service Computer
Workstation

NETWORK LEVEL

Node Management
SCU

Service
Computer
NODE LEVEL

Single Computer Configuration


Workstation, DXX Server and
Database Server

Tellabs 8100
Network

Dual Computer Configuration


Database
Server

LAN
Workstation
and DXX Server

Tellabs 8100
Network

Regions - Network Partitioning

Location
> Used for grouping
nodes and
simplifying the
network picture

> Support for


multiple levels

Licensing

> A common database for Tellabs 8100 and Tellabs 8600 elements
> Separately licensed optional application packages

Summary

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