t is the process of controlling (granting,

limiting, restricting or denying) access to the network and resources thereon. This could include setting up and managing access lists in routers (creating "firewalls" to keep intruders out), creating and maintaining password access to critical network resources, identifying the points of entry used by intruders and closing them.

Performance Management is the process of measuring the performance of various network components. This also includes taking measures to optimise the network for maximum system performance (periodically measuring of the use of network resources).

Usenet newsgroup: comp.dcom.net-management.

["Network Management: A Practical Perspective", Allan Leinwand and Karen Fang].

Last updated: 1994-11-18

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