Management of rural networks to meet several challenges:
Convergence of mobile broadband and fixed broadband networks.
The support of a large number of customer geography while having multi-service requirements.
End-to-end service provisioning and QoS guarantees by various network topologies and technologies
When choosing or designing Rural Network Network Management Solution, the following essential requirements: End-to-end getting the service: fast service activation and configuration with multiple technologies can be achieved only through automation. Human error should be avoided, especially when work needs to be done is complex and technically challenging. The ability to select only the end point of the service and then after the NMS system to automatically configure all of the points and other technologies really important.
Monitoring cabinet, power supply, etc.: the environment-aware monitoring can greatly reduce the errors and the problem. Rural networks rely on UPS, batteries and some green energy sources to increase their availability and installation can be done by using external cabinet using fans and air Conditioner for cooling and to avoid over -heating. All of these devices should be monitored to quickly identify failures.
Unified Management: access and transport network segment of the application cost. Little NOC management system will reduce operating costs (OPEX), including training, installation, support and maintenance costs.
Network segmentation by accessing domain: Complex rural network may require multiple staff with different skill sets to operate, support and maintain. Designing access security is essential, in order to audit and troubleshoot failures and configuration errors. Using the domain access, local maintenance staff can proactively monitor their provisions equipment.
Service assigned to witches: Mass Rapid deployment services can be achieved with a witch. Why do you need to repeat the configuration and provision of services that are identical? Wizards can provide various services by templates that can even be prepared and tested off-line.
Cross-domain fault localization: Designing and implementing an integrated management system that manages multiple technologies from multiple vendors can simplify the security services to increase the availability of services. Correlation rules can be applied to the relevant alarms from different technologies and resources, greatly reducing the number of notifications the user should handle.Concluding, rural access centralized network management system must be able to support :
Each service location,
By being true of any access technology Mobile WiMAX, ADSL, POTS,
Backhauled by any transmission technology PTP, PTMP. E-band,
Manage devices, especially cabinet, CPE, UPS etc.
These challenges must be overcome to succeed in promoting the development of society.