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DSL Forum Approves DSLHome TRs

A range of new Technical Reports (TRs) has been approved by the DSL Forum as part of its DSLHome body of work. These new TRs provide enhanced remote and local network management capabilities to address Voice over IP (VoIP) management and Quality of Service (QoS) provisioning, and extend the reach of DSLHome beyond simple DSL modems and home gateways that are the hub of next generation services in the digital home.

Part of the established TR-069/TR-064 �family� of provisioning and management specifications for customer premises equipment such as gateways and routers, the latest suite of DSL Forum TRs supports the rollout of multiple services and connected devices that span the access network or wide area network (WAN) into the local area networks (LAN). The new TRs distinguish the service provider�s increased support of the networked home, going beyond fast downloads and email to improved quality and configuration of enhanced services such as VoIP.

New DSL Forum TRs - Approved September 2005

TR-098 DSLHome Internet Gateway Device Version 1.1 Data Model for TR-069
TR-104 DSLHome Provisioning Parameters for VoIP CPE
TR-106 DSLHome Data Model Template for TR-069 Enabled Devices
TR-110 DSLHome Reference Models for VoIP Configurations
TR-133 DSLHome TR-064 Extensions for Service Differentiation

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