Incognito Upgrades Back Office for DOCSIS 3.1, IPv6

Sept. 7, 2016
Incognito Software Systems announced the latest version of its Broadband Command Center back office device provisioning and management ...

Incognito Software Systems announced the latest version of its Broadband Command Center back office device provisioning and management software to support DOCSIS 3.1 and IPv6 technologies.

Broadband Command Center is intended to enable providers to quickly roll out services, streamline operations with automatic provisioning of an array of devices across multiple services, and ensure network security and theft prevention while remaining vendor and network agnostic.

New features include:

  • DOCSIS 3.1 Support: As DOCSIS devices are booting up and registering with the provisioning system, Broadband Command Center dynamically detects the DOCSIS versions and validates configuration files for the devices so that it supports the DOCSIS versions in use on the network.
  • DHCPv6 Enhancements: As IPv6 adoption has grown, provisioning solutions need the ability to interact with both standards. Broadband Command Center now supports the reporting of DHCPv6 packets to let operators monitor and troubleshoot their network in the product's user interface for both IPv4 and IPv6.
  • Lawful Interception Reporting: The Central Lease Service extension automatically gathers and centralizes data about lease utilization to help operators conform to lawful reporting requirements and discover service theft. It detects duplicated or spoofed DOCSIS devices in the network and is able to ban fraudulent devices.

"Device provisioning across a complex network is not a simple task for service providers. As they contend with shifting DOCSIS and IP standards, converged technologies and deploying subscriber devices across their vast networks, providers need an end-to-end management solution with multi-standard support over a single platform," said Stephane Bourque, president and CEO of Incognito.

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