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The DHCPatriot™ comes with a printed manual, setup guide and other documentation. If you've misplaced yours or would like to reference an electronic copy, you can find that information below.


Deployment Guides


  • Cable Modem Network Deployment Sample
    • A typical Cable Modem network setup. Featuring DHCP directly to the end-user. DHCP traffic for Cable modem management could also be enabled if desired.
  • Wireless (WISP) Network Deployment Sample
    • A typical Wireless (WISP) network. This setup features direct authentication for the end-user network. A second DHCP network could also be setup to provide addressing for the CPE radios as well.
  • Fiber (FTTH) Network Deployment Sample
    • A typical Fiber (FTTH) network. Authentication for the end-user's PC can be optional while VOIP and Set-top Box devices may or may not use DHCP. This setup features 3 distinct networks under this deployment: internet, VOIP and video.
  • Simple DSL Network Layout Deployment Sample
    • A simple DSL network layout. This sample could use an optional separate RADIUS server or the built-in authentication on the DHCPatriot with the border router or DSLAM acting as the DHCP Relay agent.
  • Multi-Service Type Network Deployment Sample
    • The DHCPatriot can serve multiple service types simultaneously from its central location. DSL, Fiber, Cable modem and wireless networks can all be served simultaneously by the DHCPatriot. These networks can also be any combination of authenticated and non-authenticated setups.
  • Multi-Data Center Network Deployment Sample
    • The DHCPatriot can also be deployed in more complex networks. Here we have a fiber ring setup with remote POPS throughout the ring. This example ISP also has two data centers and two internet backbone connections for redundancy purposes. The DHCPatriot in this scenario can be physically split with each half in each data center.
  • CALEA Target Network Deployment Sample
    • The DHCPatriot ties a username to each IP address in use on your dynamic network in real-time. It is easy to integrate into existing networks and provides powerful features with relatively few changes required to existing equipment. Further, it does not require the purchase of specialized equipment or software to fully integrate.


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