How to implement IPv6? How can we implement IPv6? Every new implementation faces the same critical point: the transition to production is always complicated and IPv6 is not the exception.
Radio Resource Management (RRM) is here to help us in a crucial time, where Radio Frequency pollution is causing coverage or speed or even reliability problems with Wi-Fi signals. In this blog post I will cover how this technology can help SPs improve their service quality.
This white paper exposes some considerations regarding the design of high performance and fault tolerant device provisioning systems. The main factors that can affect system performance are explained and various technique that can be applied to ensure an acceptable level of operation, even in the presence of faults, are described. Finally, it is explained that system monitoring and technical support are also a relevant factor that must be considered when designing or deploying such systems.
One of the biggest problems Internet Service Providers (ISP) have nowadays is the existence of fraud in their DOCSIS networks. Tracking these “users” is almost an impossible mission. Lately, blocking them manually is proving to be more and more difficult. But what do we really know about fraud in DOCSIS networks? Can it be controlled? Here we’ll give you some quick tips about it.
The appearance of IPv6 and its migration from IPv4 has generated considerable uncertainty on HFC networks. Device monitoring (especially cable modems) is a crucial scenario when troubleshooting. That is why we will discuss SNMPv3AccessViews.
Cable operators will obtain a lot of technical advantages by using the new tools provided by the specification such as OFDM, LDPC, Variable Bit-loading, etc. However, the transition to implement this new standard will be phased and very gradual. The proper planning for this process will be key to its success.