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                    [title] => Provisioning Devices 1: Basic Setup
                    [uri] => acs/tutorials/provisioning_devices_basic_setup
                    [abstract] => This tutorial describes how to configure ACS to push specific default and override parameters to a group of devices in a lab setting.
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                    [title] => Provisioning Devices 2: Device Grouping
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                    [abstract] => This tutorial describes optional steps that you can use to organize the devices in your deployment. It assumes that you have already created and assigned device models to devices and have created at least a default service class for devices. These steps may not be typical in many deployments, but are offered as a means of creating ordered categories in which to place devices.
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                    [abstract] => The ACS Device Hub provides various useful diagnostic and administrative operations that can be performed on single devices.
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                    [title] => Configuring Monitored Parameters for a Database
                    [uri] => acs/tutorials/configuring_parameters_for_database
                    [abstract] => The service can write parameters (defined within a service class) to an SQL database for trend analysis over time or to the messaging bus for real-time monitoring.
                )

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                (
                    [title] => Running Campaigns
                    [uri] => acs/tutorials/running_campaigns
                    [abstract] => This tutorial describes how to create a simple campaign that reloads the parameters on all devices in the network.
                )

            [5] => Array
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                    [title] => Working With Reports
                    [uri] => acs/tutorials/creating_jasperreports_templates
                    [abstract] => This tutorial includes several tasks that you can use to create and schedule reports.
                )

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                    [title] => Upgrading Firmware
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                    [abstract] => This tutorial describes how to upgrade a single device from a specific source version to a specific target version.
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                    [title] => Working With Device Model Scripts
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                    [abstract] => This tutorial describes how to edit a simple device model script. Scripts display and control the widgets on the CSR Dashboard.
                )

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                    [title] => Creating Device Compliance Test Suites
                    [uri] => acs/tutorials/creating_device_compliance_test_suites
                    [abstract] => This section describes the basic process for creating test suites through the GUI and then running the test suites. Also included are sample scripts.
                )

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                    [title] => Configuring STUN
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                    [abstract] => This tutorial provides an example approach for enabling STUN on a device.
                )

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                    [title] => Configuring XMPP
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                    [abstract] => This tutorial provides an example approach for enabling XMPP on a device.
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    [version] => 4.3
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Auto Configuration Server – Tutorials

Version 4.3

Categories

  • Provisioning Devices 1: Basic Setup

    This tutorial describes how to configure ACS to push specific default and override parameters to a group of devices in a lab setting.

  • Provisioning Devices 2: Device Grouping

    This tutorial describes optional steps that you can use to organize the devices in your deployment. It assumes that you have already created and assigned device models to devices and have created at least a default service class for devices. These steps may not be typical in many deployments, but are offered as a means of creating ordered categories in which to place devices.

  • Administering Devices

    The ACS Device Hub provides various useful diagnostic and administrative operations that can be performed on single devices.

  • Configuring Monitored Parameters for a Database

    The service can write parameters (defined within a service class) to an SQL database for trend analysis over time or to the messaging bus for real-time monitoring.

  • Running Campaigns

    This tutorial describes how to create a simple campaign that reloads the parameters on all devices in the network.

  • Working With Reports

    This tutorial includes several tasks that you can use to create and schedule reports.

  • Upgrading Firmware

    This tutorial describes how to upgrade a single device from a specific source version to a specific target version.

  • Working With Device Model Scripts

    This tutorial describes how to edit a simple device model script. Scripts display and control the widgets on the CSR Dashboard.

  • Creating Device Compliance Test Suites

    This section describes the basic process for creating test suites through the GUI and then running the test suites. Also included are sample scripts.

  • Configuring STUN

    This tutorial provides an example approach for enabling STUN on a device.

  • Configuring XMPP

    This tutorial provides an example approach for enabling XMPP on a device.

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