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The Service Interface specified in ITU-T Recommendation X.710, ISO/IEC International Standard 9595  CMISE is part of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) body of international network standards.  Defines the service interface that is implemented by the CMIP


 3 .CMISE IS SPECIFIED IN TWO PARTS The Common Management Information Service (CMIS) is a user interface specifying the services provided (ISO 9595).  The Common Management Information Protocol (CMIP) specifies the Protocol Data Unit (PDU) format and associated procedures (IOS 9596).

CMIP provides flexible reporting of unusual network conditions. The major advantages of CMIP over SNMP are as follows: CMIP variables contain information similar to SNMP and can also define actions and perform tasks. The CMIP information model is object-oriented compared to the object-based model from SNMP 4 . and security logs.CMIP ADVANTAGES      CMIP was proposed as a replacement for SNMP as part of the ITU-T Telecommunications Management Network (TMN). CMIP has built-in security mechanisms for authorization. access control.

 5 . CANCELGET. SET. it is similar to SNMP. but more powerful (and hence more complex). EVENTREPORT and ACTION).WHAT IT DOES? The fundamental function of the CMISE is the exchange of management information between two manager & agent entities  CMIS defines a message set (GET. CREATE. DELETE. and the structure and content of the messages such that they might be used by "open" systems. In concept.

6 .WHERE IS CMISE CMISE has its presence in Application Layer of OSI model The Application Layer provides two application specific services: CMISE for management and FTAM for file transfer. e. software download.g. FTAM uses services provided by ACSE whereas CMISE uses both ACSE and ROSE.

HOW CMISE WORKS  Access to managed information in the managed objects is provided by the CMISE that uses CMIP to issue requests for management services. Operations initiated by the manager include: 7 . and notification services. management operation services initiated by a manager to request that an agent provide certain services or information. The management services provided by CMIP/CMISE can be organized into two distinct groups. used by the management agents to inform the managers that some event or set of events have occurred.

Configuration Parameters)  Operations(Reset and Start Test)  Asynchronous Events  Behaviors  Implementation Hiding  8 .MANAGED OBJECTS Abstraction of real response  Attributes(Usage Statistics.


Performs object selection for incoming operation invocation 3. Imposes access constrains 2. Provides dissemination for outgoing event notifications 10 .OSI NETWORK MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE The CMIP Agent does following 1.

directs the agent to cause one or more managed objects to execute an action M-EVENT_REPORT .directs the agent to delete existing instances of managed object class(es) or attributes within a set contained in a managed object M-GET .directs the agent to return attribute values from managed objects M-SET .directs the agent to change the value of managed object attribute(s) M-ACTION .directs the agent to create new instance(s) of a managed object class or attributes within a managed object M-DELETE .CMIP PROTOCOL SERVICE ELEMENTS       M-CREATE .service is issued by an agent to send a notification to managers 11 .


the base object and all subordinate objects on the containment tree 13 . Four levels of scoping can be applied. The base object is termed to be at level 0 for this type of scoping The base object and all managed objects to (and including) the nth level An entire sub tree .    CMISE requests can be scoped to apply to a range of managed objects. with the request being applied to:The base object (as identified by the Distinguished Name) Objects at the nth level subordinate to the object.

CMIS/CMIP IS A VEHICLE FOR CONVEYING  Operations on Managed Objects  Notifications from Managed Objects  Results of Operations  Results of Notifications  Errors CMISE is the gate to the actual manager or agent software which represents the definition and dynamic behavior of the managed objects 14 .

OSI MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE Management Functions Managing Process Agent Process CMIS E ACSE FTAM ROSE CMIP CMIS E ROSE MOs RO P lower layers lower layers 15 .

FEATURES OF CMIS  Services based on simple Request/Response approach  Association Services  Operation Services  Notification Services Scoping  Synchronization  Linked Replies  Functional Units  16 .

SCOPING AND FILTERING OF CMISE  The CMISE makes use of the OSI Application layer service elements to complete the processing of these requests. M-ACTION. The Remote Operations Service Element (ROSE) is used to frame the information requests and transfers. and synchronization. much as Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) are used on other systems. The Association Control Service Element (ACSE) is used to establish application associations between managers and agents. 17 . and M-DELETE services can be applied to more than one managed object through the application of what are termed scoping. CMISE applies some additional powerful features to the operations that help further distinguish CMISE from SNMP. The M-GET. filtering. M-SET.

SCOPING AND FILTERING • • • • • Scoping selects objects to be operated upon within the managed object containment tree Scope defined relative to a base managed object: – Base object only – Nth level subordinate objects only – Base object plus all of its subordinates (entire subtree) Filtering permits objects within scope to be selected according to test criteria Operation applied to all selected objects Multiple (Linked) Replies used if more than one object selected 18 .

SERVICES PROVIDED/USED BY CMISE System-management application-service element (SMASE) A-Associate A-Release A-Abort M-EVENT-REPORT M-GET M-SET M-ACTION M-CREATE M-DELETE M-CALCEL-GET Common management information service element (CMISE) A-Associate A-Release A-Abort RO-Invoke RO-Reject RO-Result RO-Error Association-control-service element (ACSE) P-Connect P-Release P-Abort Remote-operations-service element (ROSE) P-Data Presentation service 19 .

M-Action M-Create. ISO Management Applications Standardization Body . M-Delete M-Event-Report MIT with OID Scoping/Filtering Five Functional Areas ITU-T. Manager-Manager Object-based SNMP SMI Manager-Agent.COMPARISON OF FRAMEWORKS Features OSI Mgmt (CMIP) Internet Mgmt (SNMP) Information Model MIB Language Mgmt Entity Interactions Object-Oriented GDMO Manager-Agent. M-Set. Set limited Create/Delete Trap MIT with OID at leaves of the tree Not Specified IETF 20 20 Protocol Operations MO Addressing M-Get. Manager-Manager Get.


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