The CDRouter TR-069 add-on module for CDRouter has the ability to test LAN-side devices, as defined in TR-181i1. TR-069 LAN-side devices are typically set-top boxes or VoIP endpoints that reside on the LAN side of the customer’s Internet Gateway Device (IGD) which may or may not support TR-069.
The CDRouter TR-069 add-on supports automated testing for LAN-side devices.
You can use this test setup to:
- Easily test TR-069 enabled LAN-side devices such as set-top boxes (STB) or voice-over-IP (VoIP) endpoints
- Can be used to test devices that are operating in both load-balancing mode or failover mode
- Automated PD-128 and data model profile testing for LAN-side devices
- CDRouter can test LAN devices that support Broadband Forum TR-104 (VoIPService data model), TR-135 (STBService data model), TR-196 (FAPService data model), TR-140 (StoargeService data model), and TR-181i1/i2 (Device root data models)
In order to properly test a LAN-side device, CDRouter must have a way of communicating with it via TR-069 through the IGD. There are three ways that this communication channel can be established:
- Static port mappings on the IGD which are manually created
- Dynamic port mappings on the IGD which are created via TR-069 by CDRouter
- TR-111 Part 2 support on the LAN-side device
You can read more about these options in the “LAN Side TR-069 Devices” section of the TR-069 User Guide.