Network Management definition

Network Management. The LFC will pass through to the Service Provider signalling and network management information delivered to its ports, so that the Service Provider has transparency of information between the UNI port and the Interconnection Point to the extent reasonably required to enable the Service Provider to manage its services. The LFC may, with the Service Provider’s consent, delegate management control of the relevant UNI ports to the Service Provider (while retaining overall management control).

Examples of Network Management in a sentence

  • When a problem is experienced, regardless of the severity, the BellSouth Network Management Center (NMC) will observe traffic anomalies and begin monitoring the situation.

  • The telephone number for the BellSouth Network Management Center in Atlanta, as published in Telcordia’s National Network Management Directory, is 000-000-0000.

  • When a problem is experienced, regardless of the severity, the AT&T TENNESSEE Network Management Center (NMC) will observe traffic anomalies and begin monitoring the situation.

  • Once the nature of the disaster is determined and after verifying the cause of the problem, the NMC will initiate reroutes and/or transfers that are jointly agreed upon by the affected CLECs’ Network Management Center and the AT&T TENNESSEE NMC.

  • Once the nature of the disaster is determined and after verifying the cause of the problem, the NMC will initiate reroutes and/or transfers that are jointly agreed upon by the affected CLECs' Network Management Center and the BellSouth NMC.

  • The telephone number for the AT&T TENNESSEE Network Management Center in Atlanta, as published in iconectiv’s National Network Management Directory, is 404-321-2516.

  • Asset management to include Equipment Management The contractor shall provide services and solutions that accomplish Network Management and Support for the Enterprise Support Unit (ESU) and the Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) anticipated activities such as, but not limited to, the following: 1.

  • Asset management to include Equipment ManagementThe contractor shall provide services and solutions that accomplish Network Management and Support for the Enterprise Support Unit (ESU) and the Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) anticipated activities such as, but not limited to, the following: 1.

  • This applies to ALL default passwords, including but not limited to those used by operating systems, software that provides security services, application and system accounts, point-of-sale (POS) terminals, payment applications, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) community strings, etc.).

  • Utilization reporting may require Simple Network Management Protocol (“SNMP”) access to Equipment from a LightEdge designated IP subnet.


More Definitions of Network Management

Network Management shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.1 of Schedule A-1. 171.
Network Management means the business segment of the ICSL which operates in Palm Beach County, Florida, and which is directly managed by the ICSL's Chief Operating officer, Network Management."

Related to Network Management

  • PJM Management means the officers, executives, supervisors and employee managers of PJM.

  • Network Services means the equipment, software, and services necessary to transmit voice, data, or video.

  • Procurement Management means the Director of Lee County’s Procurement Management Department or designee.

  • Case management services means planned referral, linkage, monitoring and support, and advocacy provided in partnership with a consumer to assist that consumer with self sufficiency and community tenure and take place in the individual’s home, in the community, or in the facility, in accordance with a service plan developed with and approved by the consumer and qualified staff.

  • Case management means a coordinated set of activities conducted for individual patient management of serious, complicated, protracted or other health conditions.

  • Broadband or “Broadband Service” means any service defined as Broadband, or having advanced telecommunications capability, in the most recent Federal Communications Commission inquiry pursuant to Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-104).2

  • Project Management The individuals appointed by each Party cf. clause 4.1 in the Agreement.

  • Network means the hotels, inns, conference centers, timeshare properties and other operations that Hilton Worldwide and its subsidiaries own, license, lease, operate or manage now or in the future.

  • Digital Banking (a) means our present and future online banking services which can be accessed through 365 Online, and Bank of Ireland Mobile Banking; and (b) includes a reference to 365 Online and/or Bank of Ireland Mobile Banking where that makes sense.

  • Adaptive management means reliance on scientific methods to test the results of actions taken so that the management and related policy can be changed promptly and appropriately.

  • Asset management means a systematic process of operating and maintaining the state system of

  • Beta Services means SFDC services or functionality that may be made available to Customer to try at its option at no additional charge which is clearly designated as beta, pilot, limited release, developer preview, non-production, evaluation, or by a similar description.

  • Networks means and include video, voice and data networks, routers and storage devices.

  • energy management system means a set of interrelated or interacting elements of a plan which sets an energy efficiency objective and a strategy to achieve that objective;

  • Database Management System (“DBMS”) is a computer process used to store, sort, manipulate and update the data required to provide Selective Routing and ALI.

  • Security Management Plan means the Supplier's security management plan prepared pursuant to paragraph 3 of Call Off Schedule 2 (Security) a draft of which has been provided by the Supplier to the Customer in accordance with paragraph 3.2 of Call Off Schedule 2 (Security) and as updated from time to time;

  • Internet Banking means the service we offer by which you can access and transact on a nominated account by using a personal computer and accessing via our website. This includes transactions processed through the mobile banking facility as well as the smartphone app facility.

  • Broadband Services means Verizon's Fios or DSL-based Internet services (whichever applies). Verizon's DSL-based Internet service is also known as "High Speed Internet" ("HSI").

  • Load Management means a Demand Resource (“DR”) as defined in the Reliability Assurance Agreement.

  • Virginia Stormwater Management Program or “VSMP” means a program approved by the State Board after September 13, 2011, that has been established by a locality to manage the quality and quantity of runoff resulting from land-disturbing activities and shall include such items as local ordinances, rules, permit requirements, annual standards and specifications, policies and guidelines, technical materials, and requirements for plan review, inspection, enforcement, where authorized in this article, and evaluation consistent with the requirements of this article and associated regulations.

  • Network Resource means any designated generating resource owned, purchased, or leased by a Network Customer under the Network Integration Transmission Service Tariff. Network Resources do not include any resource, or any portion thereof, that is committed for sale to third parties or otherwise cannot be called upon to meet the Network Customer’s Network Load on a non-interruptible basis, except for purposes of fulfilling obligations under a reserve sharing program.

  • Exit Management means the obligations and rights of the Parties to ensure a smooth transition of the Framework from the Contractor to the Authority or any Replacement Contractor as set out in Clause 44 (Exit Management) and Schedule 8 (Exit Management).

  • Change Management means the add-on module to the Programs that enables engineers to define network changes through one or more configuration templates. Those network changes can be applied to multiple devices and executed/rolled back automatically. The Change Management module enables engineers to verify the impact of the changes across the network to help ensure a safer change process.

  • Cloud Services means SAP’s then-current cloud services offered under and described in detail in the applicable SAP PartnerEdge Model.

  • CSC means the Civil Service Commission of the City and County of San Francisco.

  • Special Services means all forms of services pertaining