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Cable networks, services and management / editor, Mehmet Toy.

Contributor(s): Toy, Mehmet.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: IEEE Press series on networks and services management: 13.Publisher: Hoboken : IEEE / Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118837610; 1118837614; 9781119000327; 1119000327; 9781119000334; 1119000335; 1118837592; 9781118837597; 9781322520698; 1322520690.Subject(s): Integrated services digital networks | Internet service providers -- Management | Home computer networks | Cable television | Cable television | Home computer networks | Integrated services digital networks | Internet service providers -- Management | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- TelecommunicationsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Cable networks, services and management.DDC classification: 384.068 Other classification: TEC041000 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Contributors; CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW; 1.1 INTRODUCTION; 1.2 RESIDENTIAL NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 1.3 OAMPT (OPERATIONS, ADMINISTRATION, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, TROUBLESHOOTING) FOR RESIDENTIAL SERVICES; 1.4 BUSINESS NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 1.5 OAMPT FOR BUSINESS SERVICES; 1.6 FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN CABLE NETWORKS, SERVICES AND MANAGEMENT; CHAPTER 2 RESIDENTIAL NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.2.1 DOCSIS Evolution.
2.3 PACKETCABLE ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES2.4 IMS ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.4.1 IMS Architecture; 2.4.2 Application Layer; 2.4.3 Use Cases; 2.5 IPTV ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.5.1 Architecture; 2.5.2 Video Encryption and Digital Rights Management; 2.5.3 Advertising Insertion; 2.5.4 Emergency Alert Messaging; 2.5.5 Closed Captioning and Accessibility; 2.5.6 Sports Blackouts; 2.6 CDN ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.6.1 Content Publishing; 2.6.2 Content Caching and Delivery; 2.6.3 Transcoding vs. Storage; 2.6.4 Management and Reporting; 2.7 CCAP ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES.
2.7.1 A Case for Continued Support of Modular Head-End Architecture2.7.2 Mixed Access Technologies; 2.7.3 RFoG and CCAP; 2.7.4 Distributed Architectures; 2.7.5 CCAP Migration and Deployment Considerations; 2.7.6 Displacement or Augmentation: Transition Planning; 2.8 WI-FI ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.8.1 New Air Interfaces; 2.8.2 Hotspot 2.0; 2.8.3 Handoff Algorithms; 2.8.4 Radio Resource Management/Self-Organizing Networks for Wi-Fi; 2.8.5 Home Wi-Fi Networks; 2.8.6 Community Wi-Fi; 2.8.7 Public Wi-Fi Hotspot; 2.8.8 Cable Wi-Fi; 2.9 CONCLUSION; REFERENCES.
CHAPTER 3 OPERATIONS, ADMINISTRATION, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, AND TROUBLESHOOTING FOR RESIDENTIAL SERVICES3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURES; 3.2.1 Cable Modem Management; 3.2.2 CMTS/CCAP Management; 3.2.3 DOCSIS 3.1 Service and Network Management Overview; 3.3 SERVICE ORDERS; 3.3.1 Order Entry/Sales Channels; 3.4 PROVISIONING; 3.4.1 CM Provisioning and Software Updates; 3.5 FAULT MANAGEMENT; 3.5.1 Alarm Surveillance; 3.5.2 Fault Localization; 3.5.3 Fault Correction; 3.5.4 Testing; 3.6 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT.
3.6.1 CMTS and CCAP Performance Metrics Collection3.6.2 CM Performance Metric Collection; 3.7 BILLING SYSTEMS AND FORMATS; 3.7.1 Downstream Interfaces; 3.7.2 Upstream Interfaces; 3.7.3 Billing; 3.7.4 Product Catalog; 3.8 SECURITY; 3.8.1 Security in DOCSIS 3.0/3.1; 3.8.2 PacketCable Security; 3.9 CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4 BUSINESS NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 4.1 INTRODUCTION; 4.2 METRO ETHERNET ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 4.2.1 Architecture; 4.2.2 ETH Layer Characteristic Information (Ethernet Frame); 4.2.3 User-to-Network Interface; 4.2.4 Ethernet Virtual Connection.
Summary: "This book will focus on residential and commercial services provided by MSOs (Multiple System Operators), the networks supporting these services, and management of networks and services. The book will cover current technologies used by MSOs and future directions pointing out areas requiring further research"-- Provided by publisher.
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"This book will focus on residential and commercial services provided by MSOs (Multiple System Operators), the networks supporting these services, and management of networks and services. The book will cover current technologies used by MSOs and future directions pointing out areas requiring further research"-- Provided by publisher.

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Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Contributors; CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW; 1.1 INTRODUCTION; 1.2 RESIDENTIAL NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 1.3 OAMPT (OPERATIONS, ADMINISTRATION, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, TROUBLESHOOTING) FOR RESIDENTIAL SERVICES; 1.4 BUSINESS NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 1.5 OAMPT FOR BUSINESS SERVICES; 1.6 FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN CABLE NETWORKS, SERVICES AND MANAGEMENT; CHAPTER 2 RESIDENTIAL NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.2.1 DOCSIS Evolution.

2.3 PACKETCABLE ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES2.4 IMS ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.4.1 IMS Architecture; 2.4.2 Application Layer; 2.4.3 Use Cases; 2.5 IPTV ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.5.1 Architecture; 2.5.2 Video Encryption and Digital Rights Management; 2.5.3 Advertising Insertion; 2.5.4 Emergency Alert Messaging; 2.5.5 Closed Captioning and Accessibility; 2.5.6 Sports Blackouts; 2.6 CDN ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.6.1 Content Publishing; 2.6.2 Content Caching and Delivery; 2.6.3 Transcoding vs. Storage; 2.6.4 Management and Reporting; 2.7 CCAP ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES.

2.7.1 A Case for Continued Support of Modular Head-End Architecture2.7.2 Mixed Access Technologies; 2.7.3 RFoG and CCAP; 2.7.4 Distributed Architectures; 2.7.5 CCAP Migration and Deployment Considerations; 2.7.6 Displacement or Augmentation: Transition Planning; 2.8 WI-FI ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 2.8.1 New Air Interfaces; 2.8.2 Hotspot 2.0; 2.8.3 Handoff Algorithms; 2.8.4 Radio Resource Management/Self-Organizing Networks for Wi-Fi; 2.8.5 Home Wi-Fi Networks; 2.8.6 Community Wi-Fi; 2.8.7 Public Wi-Fi Hotspot; 2.8.8 Cable Wi-Fi; 2.9 CONCLUSION; REFERENCES.

CHAPTER 3 OPERATIONS, ADMINISTRATION, MAINTENANCE, PROVISIONING, AND TROUBLESHOOTING FOR RESIDENTIAL SERVICES3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURES; 3.2.1 Cable Modem Management; 3.2.2 CMTS/CCAP Management; 3.2.3 DOCSIS 3.1 Service and Network Management Overview; 3.3 SERVICE ORDERS; 3.3.1 Order Entry/Sales Channels; 3.4 PROVISIONING; 3.4.1 CM Provisioning and Software Updates; 3.5 FAULT MANAGEMENT; 3.5.1 Alarm Surveillance; 3.5.2 Fault Localization; 3.5.3 Fault Correction; 3.5.4 Testing; 3.6 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT.

3.6.1 CMTS and CCAP Performance Metrics Collection3.6.2 CM Performance Metric Collection; 3.7 BILLING SYSTEMS AND FORMATS; 3.7.1 Downstream Interfaces; 3.7.2 Upstream Interfaces; 3.7.3 Billing; 3.7.4 Product Catalog; 3.8 SECURITY; 3.8.1 Security in DOCSIS 3.0/3.1; 3.8.2 PacketCable Security; 3.9 CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4 BUSINESS NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES; 4.1 INTRODUCTION; 4.2 METRO ETHERNET ARCHITECTURE AND SERVICES; 4.2.1 Architecture; 4.2.2 ETH Layer Characteristic Information (Ethernet Frame); 4.2.3 User-to-Network Interface; 4.2.4 Ethernet Virtual Connection.

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