SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT:     The IEEE 802.16 Wireless MAN is a broadband wireless access network, which provides high-rate network connections to stationary sites, operates over greater distances, provides more bandwidth, takes advantage of a broader range of frequencies and supports a greater variety of deployment architectures, including non-line-of-sight operation. The MAC protocol includes an initialization procedure designed to eliminate the need for manual configuration. Upon installation, a Subscriber Station begins scanning its frequency list to find an operating channel. It may be programmed to register with a specified Base Station. Systems shall support the applicable procedures for entering and registering a new Subscriber Station or a new node to the network. This research work concentrates upon the network initialization procedure to bring up the subscriber and base stations in the 802.16 networks Socket programming has been used to perform simulations. As the connection is established successfully, the dynamic service management is being performed with respect to Service creation, service modification and service deletion.An attempt is made to describe the simulation and experiment setup.