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DOCSIS config file encoder

The DOCSIS config file encoder converts a human-readable text configuration file into a binary configuration file compatible with DOCSIS cable modems or PacketCable Multimedia Terminal Adapters (MTAs).


Recent releases

  •  03 Dec 2005 21:57

    Release Notes: This release adds support for a few TLVs (DownstreamChannelList, TftpModemAddress, TftpTimeout) and has better support for PacketCable MTA files. It now automatically encodes large SNMP MIB object as TLV 64. Some minor bugfixes are included as well.

    •  31 May 2003 03:22

      Release Notes: Improved support for Payload Header Suppression, new support for SNMPv3Kickstart and SNMPv3TrapReceiver, improved SNMP handling, a few bugfixes, and a new regression test script.

      •  14 Feb 2003 05:35

        Release Notes: DOCSIS 1.1/2.0 configuration files now work much better. Support for directly encoding back configuration files decoded by docsis has been added. The MIB output format has been improved for readability. Preliminary support for encoding MTA configuration files has been added. Many other fixes and improvements were made.

        •  12 Feb 2002 19:14

          Release Notes: Bugfixes, support for DOCSIS 1.1 configuration settings, and a major rewrite to make it easier to add new configuration settings.

          •  26 Mar 2001 00:10

            Release Notes: Addition of -lcrypto to $LIBS to work with ucd-snmp-4.2, source code cleanups, support for decoding a binary file, and a fix for a bug in decoding unsigned shorts (MaxBurstUp).


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