Ministry of Digital Technologies of the Republic of
Tashkent named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi
University of Information Technologies
Individual work2 Theme:
Network management protocol
Student: Farhodov Jamshid
Plan: 1. General information about Network management protocol. 2. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) 3. Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) 4. Conclusion
What Does Network Management Protocol Mean? Network Management Protocol (NMP) is a suite of network protocols that define
the processes, procedures and policies for managing, monitoring and maintaining a
computer network. NMP conveys and manages the operations and communications
performed on a computer network
Techopedia Explains Network Management Protocol Network Management Protocol addresses a series of different tasks aimed at
operating a network for optimal performance. It is generally used by a human
network manager to evaluate and troubleshoot the network connection between a
host and client device. When executed, these protocols provide information such as
the status of a host and information about its availability, network latency,
packet/data loss, errors and other related information. The procedures and policies
defined within NMP are equally applicable to all network-enabled computing
devices such as switches, routers, computers and servers.
Some of the popular network management protocols include Internet Control
Message Protocol (ICMP) and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
Why Are Network Management Protocols Important and How Do They Work?
A network management protocol provides a network operator with a host’s
availability, packet/data loss, overall status, and information about the health of the
connection. A network operator can use this information to effectively troubleshoot
connections between host and client devices.
Furthermore, the policies which protocols manage can apply to all network