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                    [title] => Getting Started
                    [slug] => getting_started
                    [uri] => acs/getting_started
                )

            [1] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Topics
                    [slug] => topics
                    [uri] => acs/topics
                )

            [2] => Array
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                    [title] => Tutorials
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                    [uri] => acs/tutorials
                )

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                    [title] => Key Concepts
                    [slug] => key_concepts
                    [uri] => acs/key_concepts
                )

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                    [title] => References
                    [slug] => references
                    [uri] => acs/references
                )

            [5] => Array
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                    [title] => Glossary
                    [slug] => glossary
                    [uri] => acs/glossary
                )

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                    [title] => System Architecture
                    [uri] => acs/key_concepts/system_architecture
                    [abstract] => ACS encompasses the TR-069 family of protocols and is Broadband Forum–compliant. It is network agnostic, enabling the provisioning and management of subscriber gateways and devices over wireline, wireless, or cable-based access networks such as xDSL, WiMAX, DOCSIS®, FTTx, and 4G LTE.
                )

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                (
                    [title] => Discovery
                    [uri] => acs/key_concepts/discovery
                    [abstract] => When a TR-069-capable device connects to the network for the first time, it obtains an IP address and initiates a connection session with ACS using an Inform Request remote procedure call (RPC) that contains event codes indicating the session purpose.
                )

        )

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    [product] => acs
    [component] => 
    [category] => key_concepts
    [version] => 4.3
    [title] => Auto Configuration Server – Key Concepts
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Auto Configuration Server – Key Concepts

Version 4.3

Categories

  • System Architecture

    ACS encompasses the TR-069 family of protocols and is Broadband Forum–compliant. It is network agnostic, enabling the provisioning and management of subscriber gateways and devices over wireline, wireless, or cable-based access networks such as xDSL, WiMAX, DOCSIS®, FTTx, and 4G LTE.

  • Discovery

    When a TR-069-capable device connects to the network for the first time, it obtains an IP address and initiates a connection session with ACS using an Inform Request remote procedure call (RPC) that contains event codes indicating the session purpose.

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