The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) recently launched the Home Networking Consortium, which provides the broadband industry with a one-stop shop for both Broadband Forum TR-069 testing and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) Ready carrier premises equipment (CPE) Logo testing.
As the world’s only official laboratory for all Broadband Forum TR-069 testing and the only approved laboratory for IPv6 Ready CPE Logo testing in North America, the UNH-IOL has unique insight into how testing these two technologies in CPE can help operators connect devices in the home to networks of the future and manage the devices for superior customer service. The experienced technical team also has an in-depth understanding of the issues that may arise when testing IPv6 and TR-069. In this article, we highlight the top five testing challenges associated with each technology.
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