Incognito Auto Configuration Server is an end-to-end TR-069 service fulfillment and device provisioning solution that lets you manage devices and services over xDSL, PON, WiMAX, Cable and FTTH.
Want to learn more about TR-069 or how this protocol applies to you? This handy list of frequently asked questions aims to answer your TR-069 queries. Continue Reading
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is used to initialize, synchronize, modify, and terminate data, voice, and video communication sessions over IP. Successful SIP-based VoIP and broadband service deployments depend on device provisioning software that can handle the specific requirements of SIP, including dynamic generation of configuration files, large volumes of requests for configuration files, integration with OSS systems, and the SIP user agent delivery framework.
Incognito Broadband Command Center is a device- and network-agnostic solution that supports the provisioning of SIP devices. This document outlines SIP parameter basics, including the different types of parameters used, some of their properties, and how these parameters relate to different objects in the Broadband Command Center multimedia provisioning service (MPS).
Learn how you can set up your device to connect to our ACS Certify server. Then with our Interop portal, view the Discovery Parameters. This video covers using Broadband Command Center to configure a cable modem to connect to our server. Continue Reading