Array
(
    [components] => 
    [categories] => Array
        (
            [0] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Getting Started
                    [slug] => getting_started
                    [uri] => acs/getting_started
                )

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

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

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

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

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

        )

    [docs] => Array
        (
            [0] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Dashboards
                    [uri] => acs/topics/dashboards
                    [abstract] => Dashboards are containers for pre-defined widgets that provide visual representations of information about individual devices. Dashboards provide a means of abstraction for handling devices and are intended for use by customer service representative personnel for fast access to core information about a device.
                )

            [1] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Devices
                    [uri] => acs/topics/devices
                    [abstract] => Devices are discovered on the network through communication with the service. ACS supports the following device protocols: TR-069, MQTT, and SNMP. Use these settings to view and manage devices.
                )

            [2] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Subscribers
                    [uri] => acs/topics/subscribers
                    [abstract] => The service lists all subscribers in the network.
                )

            [3] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Campaigns
                    [uri] => acs/topics/campaigns
                    [abstract] => Campaigns enable you to execute a device operation, or series of device operations, across a group of devices. Use these settings to view and manage campaigns.
                )

            [4] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Reports
                    [uri] => acs/topics/reports
                    [abstract] => Reports let you query and extract data from the service database and save the results in a standard output format. Report types are created when you import a report template into the service. Use these settings to view and manage report types.
                )

            [5] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Device Groups
                    [uri] => acs/topics/device_groups
                    [abstract] => Device groups are containers for organizing devices that share common parameters. For example, you can group devices by region, service type, or vendor type. Devices can belong to more than one device group.
                )

            [6] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Service Classes
                    [uri] => acs/topics/service_classes
                    [abstract] => Service classes are groupings of parameters, their values, and attributes (“Access List” and “Notification”). You can associate service classes with device groups, so every parameter configured within is provisioned to all the devices within the group. When a new device enters a device group, it is also provisioned with those values. You can associate multiple service classes with the same device group.
                )

            [7] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Event Procedures
                    [uri] => acs/topics/event_procedures
                    [abstract] => Event procedures are custom actions, triggered through scripts, which the service executes against devices when internal system events or device events occur. They define the interactions between events and scripts.
                )

            [8] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Firmware Management
                    [uri] => acs/topics/firmware_management
                    [abstract] => Firmware management automates the rollout of large scale firmware update operations. Firmware updates are deployed in campaigns and can be either upgrades or downgrades.
                )

            [9] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Device Models
                    [uri] => acs/topics/device_models
                    [abstract] => Device models, in the service, act as containers for metadata about physical devices, and their associated firmware versions. This data lists supported parameters, describes features, such as how to configure WiFi services, details special parameters, such as those that hold log file and interface information, and defines service characteristics, such as how to discover the device and how to handle the device on factory reset.
                )

            [10] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Device Compliance Test Suites
                    [uri] => acs/topics/device_compliance_test_suites
                    [abstract] => This feature enables you to verify that devices and firmware versions support the critical functions necessary for successful deployment on your network. By standardizing your operator-level certification tests, and eliminating repetitive tasks, you can minimize the amount of time needed for certification testing. This is a separately licensed feature, available from ACS 3.4+, which may not be included in your deployment solution. For more information, contact Incognito.
                )

            [11] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Incognito Ecosystem Scripting
                    [uri] => acs/topics/incognito_ecosystem_scripting
                    [abstract] => You can integrate services and adapt services to your business flow using scripts. Incognito Ecosystem Scripting™ is a browser-based development environment for scripts that are to be executed within a service, for example, when an event occurs. The script editor includes native support for JavaScript as well as versioning and debugging tools. You can also view a record of all script instances.
                )

            [12] => Array
                (
                    [title] => Real Time Analytics Dashboard
                    [uri] => acs/topics/retina
                    [abstract] => Incognito Real Time Analytics™ (RETINA) enables you to manage your network and service performance using key performance indicators (KPIs), multi value analytics, and table data.
                )

        )

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    [breadcrumbs] => Array
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            [acs] => Auto Configuration Server
        )

    [product] => acs
    [component] => 
    [category] => topics
    [version] => 4.3
    [title] => Auto Configuration Server – Topics
    [status] => 200
)
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Auto Configuration Server – Topics

Version 4.3

Categories

  • Dashboards

    Dashboards are containers for pre-defined widgets that provide visual representations of information about individual devices. Dashboards provide a means of abstraction for handling devices and are intended for use by customer service representative personnel for fast access to core information about a device.

  • Devices

    Devices are discovered on the network through communication with the service. ACS supports the following device protocols: TR-069, MQTT, and SNMP. Use these settings to view and manage devices.

  • Subscribers

    The service lists all subscribers in the network.

  • Campaigns

    Campaigns enable you to execute a device operation, or series of device operations, across a group of devices. Use these settings to view and manage campaigns.

  • Reports

    Reports let you query and extract data from the service database and save the results in a standard output format. Report types are created when you import a report template into the service. Use these settings to view and manage report types.

  • Device Groups

    Device groups are containers for organizing devices that share common parameters. For example, you can group devices by region, service type, or vendor type. Devices can belong to more than one device group.

  • Service Classes

    Service classes are groupings of parameters, their values, and attributes (“Access List” and “Notification”). You can associate service classes with device groups, so every parameter configured within is provisioned to all the devices within the group. When a new device enters a device group, it is also provisioned with those values. You can associate multiple service classes with the same device group.

  • Event Procedures

    Event procedures are custom actions, triggered through scripts, which the service executes against devices when internal system events or device events occur. They define the interactions between events and scripts.

  • Firmware Management

    Firmware management automates the rollout of large scale firmware update operations. Firmware updates are deployed in campaigns and can be either upgrades or downgrades.

  • Device Models

    Device models, in the service, act as containers for metadata about physical devices, and their associated firmware versions. This data lists supported parameters, describes features, such as how to configure WiFi services, details special parameters, such as those that hold log file and interface information, and defines service characteristics, such as how to discover the device and how to handle the device on factory reset.

  • Device Compliance Test Suites

    This feature enables you to verify that devices and firmware versions support the critical functions necessary for successful deployment on your network. By standardizing your operator-level certification tests, and eliminating repetitive tasks, you can minimize the amount of time needed for certification testing. This is a separately licensed feature, available from ACS 3.4+, which may not be included in your deployment solution. For more information, contact Incognito.

  • Incognito Ecosystem Scripting

    You can integrate services and adapt services to your business flow using scripts. Incognito Ecosystem Scripting™ is a browser-based development environment for scripts that are to be executed within a service, for example, when an event occurs. The script editor includes native support for JavaScript as well as versioning and debugging tools. You can also view a record of all script instances.

  • Real Time Analytics Dashboard

    Incognito Real Time Analytics™ (RETINA) enables you to manage your network and service performance using key performance indicators (KPIs), multi value analytics, and table data.

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