How To Use LDAP/SQL External Lookups in Broadband Command Center

The DHCP service component of Broadband Command Center supports external query functionality. This feature enables you to retrieve data from an external source such as an LDAP or SQL database for use in the solution. This may include important information such as DOCSIS TLV details and device provisioning data. This article aims to explain how … Continue reading “How To Use LDAP/SQL External Lookups in Broadband Command Center”

By Jack Chan on January 27, 2014


This FAQ contains some common questions about IP address management (IPAM) for service providers. We hope it answers your IPAM query, but if not, feel free to reach out to our team with your question.

By Incognito Software on January 20, 2014

Easy Management of Forward and Reverse DNS for IPv6

IPv6 introduces a number of new features for service providers, as well as creating new requirements for existing procedures. However, these processes don’t have to be complicated. With Address Commander and Name Commander, it’s easy to automate IPv6-related tasks, such as automatic forward and reverse DNS record generation.

By Chris Kovacs on December 11, 2013

Address Commander Security Best Practices (Part 2)

The first half of this two-part series outlined the different options for dividing IP space in Address Commander, an IP address management (IPAM) solution from Incognito Software. Part 2 will outline the security implications and use cases for different IP subnets in Address Commander.

By Gareth Barnes on November 28, 2013

Address Commander Security Model Best Practices (Part 1)

Address Commander is an IP address management (IPAM) solution that allows you to improve workflows, automate common processes, and gain a clear picture of your IP resources. The ability to centralize all IP address management poses security concerns — such as who can access what information — that Address Commander can help you address. You … Continue reading “Address Commander Security Model Best Practices (Part 1)”

By Gareth Barnes on November 28, 2013

How to Transition Embedded Options to Prepare for DHCPv6 Readiness

Embedded options are slowly becoming standard for Broadband Command Center. This means that you no longer have to create a template and associate it to Client Class, Rule, and Device Classifier. Instead, a number of DHCP objects now have an embedded template (called “DHCPv4 Network Settings or DHCPv6 Network Settings”), where you can specify the … Continue reading “How to Transition Embedded Options to Prepare for DHCPv6 Readiness”

By Jacky Cheung on November 12, 2013

Customize LDAP Device Provisioning

Looking to customize your Broadband Command Center services? This device provisioning solution gives you the option of provisioning subscriber devices by integrating directly with third-party OSS platforms, including LDAP databases. The Broadband Command Center integrated JavaScript engine allows you flexibility to manipulate LDAP data sets that may not initially conform with the structure of Broadband … Continue reading “Customize LDAP Device Provisioning”

By Suelina Chow on October 3, 2013

Automating Work with the Address Commander JDK

The Address Commander Java Development Kit (JDK) can save you a great deal of time — and reduce the potential for errors — when customizing your IP address management solution. The following use case outlines a scenario where the JDK may be used to automate workflow in Address Commander. 

By Incognito Software on September 25, 2013

FAQ: TR-069

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.

By Incognito Software on August 29, 2013