About this Guide Introduction

About this Guide Introduction
About this Guide
Published: March 9, 2015
Introduction
This Cisco Service Control for Managing Remote Cable MSO Links Solution Guide describes the use of
a Cisco Service Control solution in a cable environment to optimize traffic on remote links. It describes
the setup of a solution that uses the Virtual Link Manager (VLM) to enable traffic optimization of remote
links, and the monitoring of that solution after deployment.
This guide assumes a basic familiarity with the concept of the Cisco Service Control solution, the Cisco
Service Control Engine (Cisco SCE) platforms, and related components.
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Document Revision History
The following Document Revision History table records the changes made to this document.
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Document Revision History
Cisco Service Control
Release and Date
Change Summary
Release 5.0.x
July 30, 2104
First version of this document (new for the Release 5.0.x
train).
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Organization
This guide contains the following sections.
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Document Organization
Section
Title
Description
Chapter 1
Remote Cable MSO Links
Solution Overview
Provides an overview of the Remote Cable MSO
Solution.
Chapter 2
DOCSIS 3.0 Support for Remote Describes the Cisco Service Control for Managing
Cable MSO Links Solution
Remote Cable MSO Links Solution is enhanced with
new features that are consistent with DOCSIS 3.0
specifications.
Chapter 3
Learning Interface Topology and Describes learning of interface topology and
Association
association of the remote cable MSO links solution.
Chapter 4
Configuring the Remote Cable
MSO Links Solution
Describes:
•
Basic topology for managing remote cable MSO
links and the high-level steps to configure the
solution
•
Prerequisites for configuring a solution that uses
traffic optimization on remote links with the
VLM
•
Configuring the VLM by using the configuration
files contained in the Subscriber Manager
installation
Chapter 5
Managing the Remote Cable
MSO Links Solution
Describes the three monitoring mechanisms that you
can use to monitor the traffic optimization on remote
links solution.
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting the Remote
Cable MSO Links Solution
Describes several problem scenarios that you may
encounter when using the solution.
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Conventions
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