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Cable Labs built the cable modem validation application (CMVA) to help bring that assurance to the industry.
Validating CM PNM functionality for DOCSIS 3.1 network deployments might seem like a small step in a large technology life cycle.
Cable modem (CM) validation is the work to assure that the CMs can fully support PNM.
When CMs can be assured to report data about impairments in the network, service providers have a tool for finding and fixing network issues before they impact service.
But, CMVA is well suited for exploring a lot of other needs.
Thus, we look forward to working with you to get the full benefit from the XCCF, CMVA and all the Cable Labs PNM developments completed and yet to be built.
Just like the XCCF is the foundation for a lot of PNM related capabilities, the CMVA is a step beyond and toward greater PNM capabilities that support low cost and high effectiveness in DOCSIS 3.1 network deployments.
Here’s an example of a phone number property as a simple string using the enumeration method of validation: used interchangeably in C# code, and since the first usage is shorter many developers turn to it as a matter of habit.But it’s an important step, and one we wish to highlight.You can’t manage what you can’t measure, so having modems capable of reporting PNM measurements allows cable operators to manage their networks effectively, inexpensively, and reliably!A better understanding of how this class works can be had by examining the source code on Git Hub.
A read-through of the code reveals a number of potential concerns for robust phone number validation: determines if a submitted number is "phone number-ish" That's ok, because there is readily available code that performs much more extensive phone number validation.Validating user input is important to the security and proper operation of any software application.