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The industry's leading independent and most complete DOCSIS provisioning solution serving more than 200 cable service providers globally.

Broadband Command Center is the industry’s leading independent DOCSIS provisioning solution offering end-to-end device provisioning, management, and multi-standard support in a single carrier-grade platform. Deployed in more than 200 cable networks globally, Broadband Command Center is renowned for its flexibility, reliability, and extensive feature set.

  • Accelerates service rollout of multi-play services spanning multi-vendor and multi-standard technologies, including IPv6, IPTV, DOCSIS, SIP, and PacketCable 2.0
  • Enables the delivery of 10G, low-latency, and secure next-generation cable services by providing support for DOCSIS 4.0
  • Reduces risk of outages with a cloud-ready, scalable solution and distributed architecture with geo-redundant deployment configurations
  • Improves efficiency and reduces manual errors with automation
  • Streamlines operations and customizes provisioning based on device type, DOCSIS version, location, speed, quality, and other criteria
  • Conserves valuable IPv4 resources with the automated configuration of DHCPv6 MAP-T
  • Protects services with built-in security features to prevent denial of service (DoS), fraud detection, and mitigation
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DOCSIS 4.0: What It Means for Your Business and How Incognito Can Help

Understand what it means to have a DOCSIS 4.0-enabled network and how Incognito's DOCSIS provisioning and management solution can help mitigate B/OSS impacts.

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Incognito's DOCSIS Provisioning Guide

While most DOCSIS provisioning solutions offer high availability and scalability, only Incognito's solution offers unmatched features, economics, and flexibility. This guide compares Incognito’s robust DOCSIS provisioning solution with other options to make the evaluation process easier.

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Reliable and accurate device provisioning to keep subscribers satisfied, accelerate service uptake, and reduce churn.

  • Improves service uptime when deployed in a high-availability and geo-redundant configuration.
  • Assures service availability with 1:1 primary-to-secondary DHCP deployment.
  • Ensures accurate services with tight OSS integration using standards-based open APIs.
  • Offers cloud-ready container-based infrastructure for operator deployment flexibility.

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Simplified management streamlines workflows with automated configuration file generation and analytical tools.

  • Dynamically generates configuration files and removes the need to track and store large numbers of static files—critical to operators managing DOCSIS 3.0, 3.1, and new 4.0 devices.
  • Manages all functions with a Java-based interface that can be accessed from any type of operating system.
  • Features wizards and templates for fast deployment, reduced error risk, and streamlined workflows.
  • Resolves issues and analyzes system design with extensive diagnostic and reporting tools.

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Extreme scalability to support network expansion and efficient use of resources.

  • Keep costs low with our high-availability DHCP server, which supports millions of subscriber devices, as well as an unlimited number of DHCP relays per server in distributed deployments.
  • Efficiently use your available IP address space with weighted DHCP servers that span subnets across multiple relays.
  • Abstract complex MAP-T DHCPv6 configuration at scale.

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Keep your configuration data safe and manage user privileges with multi-level security.

  • Protect your configuration information with secure administrator login and triple-DES password encryption.
  • Manage administrator user rights with access privileges, access control lists, and delegation.

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High-performance DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 support.

  • Simultaneously reports packet counters for DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 packets to assist with network monitoring, system health checks, troubleshooting.
  • Simplifies DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation, IPv6, and reconfigurations with centralized control.
  • Supports CableLabs DHCP options registry including configuration and provisioning of DOCSIS and PacketCable devices over IPv6.
  • Exposes address allocations over Broadband Command Center API so that northbound IPAM systems can automatically track utilization of IPv4 and IPv6 resources
  • Simplifies DHCPv6 configuration for MAP-T to help operators cost-effectively conserve IPv4 address space.

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Standards alignment and integration ease.

  • CableLabs standards-based devices with new DOCSIS 4.0 support to enable features for Low-Latency DOCSIS, Full-Duplex DOCSIS, and Enhanced Spectrum use.
  • Broadband Forum standards-based devices.
  • Converged multimedia devices that require both Broadband Forum and CableLabs standards support.
  • The widest array of SIP-based devices of any provisioning product on the market.
  • DOCSIS over EPON and GPON.
  • Integration with third-party OSS platforms, including LDAP and SQL external databases, SOAP, CLI, CORBA APIs, and XML APIs.

DHCP Service

Automatically manages dynamic IPv4 and IPv6 address allocation, DNS records, and DOCSIS terminal configurations based on user-defined policies.

DNS

Supports high-security domain name resolution, authoritative DNS supporting VoIP provisioning FQDN requirements, zone transfers, and simplified DNS administration.

Multimedia Provisioning Service

Provisions accurate PacketCable and SIP multimedia services by managing subscribers, devices, and associated configuration data.

Configuration File Management Service

Removes the need to track and store large numbers of static files by dynamically generating configuration files.

Configuration File Management Proxy

Delivers scalable and secure transfer of device configuration files over TFTP, HTTP, HTTP(s), and FTP.

Central Lease Service

Accelerate and simplify lawful intercept look-up processes with Central Lease Service (CLS) for Broadband Command Center.

  • Compile historical and active lease data from Broadband Command Center.
  • Quickly associate subscribers to devices with IP and MAC address mapping.
  • Implement new services such as DNS opt-out, providing a rapid way to associate a client device to a subscriber account.
  • Leverage extensible scripting engine for detection and migration of DOCSIS cable modem clones based on operator-specific business rules.

Fraud Management

Reduce fraud risk with CLS lease audit records to identify and block cloned devices.

  • Automatically detect and inspect suspected MAC spoofing when devices appear across multiple DHCP servers and CMTS gateways during an overlapping time period.
  • Easily review gateway and lease histories to filter out legitimate cases, such as node splits, from cloned devices.
  • Improve the quality of service for paying customers by blocking illegitimate devices from accessing your network through configurable means (e.g., walled garden or blocked access).
  • Export reports on potential rogue devices for simplified reporting and documentation.

Firmware Management Service

Reduce OPEX and improve QoE with automated DOCSIS firmware management.

  • Easily see when firmware packages are available and which devices require these updates.
  • Orchestrate bulk firmware updates with automated operations.
  • Avoid service interruption with flexible scheduling options.
  • Simplify the update process and enhance visibility with an intuitive user interface.

DNS Proxy Service

  • Eliminate dynamic DNS updates in large domains.
  • Remove synchronization errors.
  • Respond to DNS requests using the DHCP server.

Central Management System

Broadband Command Center Central Management System (CMS) is a centralized software platform that manages and configures multiple BCC clusters. This alleviates the need for lengthy and error-prone manual configuration and replaces CLI-based scripting to configure BCC clusters that typically required significant scripting expertise. Now, multiple network engineering professionals can easily configure BCC without extensive testing or scripting skills. This means less manual processes, fewer errors, and faster time to configure and update DOCSIS services.

As a centralized software platform that manages and configures multiple BCC clusters, BCC Central Management System (CMS) alleviates the need for lengthy and error-prone manual configuration and replaces CLI-based scripting that typically requires significant scripting expertise. Because multiple network engineering professionals can easily configure BCC without extensive testing or scripting skills, CMS speeds up DOCSIS service configuration and updating with fewer manual processes and errors.

CMS benefits

  • Lowers operational costs through configuration automation.
  • Reduces human error with minimal manual processes and reduces deployment errors via Peer Review and Approval mechanism.
  • Ensures faster deployment by configuring once versus configuring once per cluster.
  • Offers zero-touch BCC ecosystem configuration through automated discovery of BCC services—no need to configure specific interface information for BCC services.
  • Zero-touch BCC ecosystem configuration through automated discovery of BCC services—no need to configure specific interface information for BCC services.
  • Improves security through delegated administration model enabling only authorized personnel to implement BCC configuration changes.
  • Features web portal GUI for ease of access.
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