Maximize IP Resources with Subscriber-Aware DHCP
Telco operators need a way to maximize resources and prepare for new access network investments, such as PON, without escalating costs or sacrificing service quality.
The challenge is that many operators rely on legacy networks that deploy edge-based DHCP infrastructure equipment (such as BRAS and BNG), which can leave IP addresses stranded on the network edge. In many cases, double IP resources are deployed to enable high availability and account for service request fluctuations or variations between vendor device models, wasting precious resources and further increasing costs.
Could a subscriber-aware, centralized DHCP solution help with your transition to all IP networks?
Incognito Centralized DHCP for Telco
Subscriber IP services are a critical non-stop resource. Incognito DHCP network functions are natively high availability by design. This enables IP resources to span multiple access network technologies while also supporting virtualized, geo-diverse deployments.
If you are moving away from PPPoE but want to preserve your back-office investments and create a subscriber-aware infrastructure, you need a way to manage how and where IP resources are used. With a Centralized DHCP solution from Incognito, you can efficiently manage IP resources, provision across multiple types of access networks, and create an architecture that supports failover and redundancy, even in the event of sudden, increased IP requests.
What could you achieve with Centralized DHCP for Telco?