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Network Resource Information Model and Connectivity Management Architecture, A Hands On Experience Report

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  1. Network Resource Information Model and ConnectivityManagement Architecture, A Hands On Experience Report Tina 2000 Lyle Bertz Sprint PCS

  2. NRIM v 3.0 & Sprint Although Sprint uses the NRIM actively in various implementations and has for a few years, it has not been without problems: • Hard to implement • Training time is difficult • Extremely difficult to implement a CMA (idl creep) • Missing fundamental relationships...

  3. Some of the Missing Pieces • Lack relationships between • Hardware and logical (NRIM) • Software and logical (NRIM) • Software and hardware • Terminology like “edges” • Lack of alignment between G.803 and NRIM; if one builds a standards compliant one, do they just dump the NRIM?

  4. Resource Information Model 4.0 • New version of NRIM • Addresses some connectionless technology • Provides a strong meta-model for Layered Network inter-relationships • Ties hardware, software and logical representation together • Some realignment done with the ITU-T recommendations

  5. Protocol Meta-model • Models Encapsulation, Translation, Transport and Signaling • Provides a tracking for the protocols • Drives relationships between layered networks

  6. Protocol Meta-Model

  7. Meta-Model Example IP:StreamProtocol IP:LNW AAL5: Internetworking Function ATM:LNW ATM:StreamProtocol

  8. Realignment with some ITU-Tconcepts • All connections in RIM inherit from Transport Entity (but it may be bi-directional; a departure from the ITU models) • Reference Points (Points of Reference in the network; not TINA RPs) all also used • Edge renamed to Subnetwork Termination Point (SNTP)

  9. The TINANetworkElement (TNE) • Integrates hardware, software and logical (NRIM) viewpoints • Allows for modeling of various levels of knowledge of an element • Unmanaged Network Element (like the NRIM CPE) Hardware/software knowledge only & unmanaged • Managed Network Element hardware/software knowledge & management control

  10. Impacts on the CMA • Requires Binding Managers to be formalized. Binding Managers perform the following: • control & management of reference points • manage inter-layered network relationships (e.g. Interwork/Internetwork functions) • Object Locators are also needed • transform URIs to URLs • resolve URLs to “routable” addresses

  11. Issues • Lack of clear definition on how to define instances of the protocol meta-model when instantiating an interface. • Example, if I start an IP Layered Network Coordinator, how to I specify the “standard” IP Stream Protocol instance • ODL does not cover this; OIF & OQL do, but • OIF is for database loading • OQL is for queries

  12. Issues (cont.) • RIM uses CIM 2.0 for the hardware and root model but the current spec is at 2.2 • No CMA fully defined yet. An implementation does exist from Sprint and is going into production, but this is not an officially endorsed TINA effort nor specification.

  13. Next Steps • Upgrade RIM to include CIM 2.2 physical model • Resolve how to couple meta-model instances with interfaces/objects (maybe enhancements to TINA ODL?) • Provide a standardized CMA

  14. The End