Firewall: Why use it and how to use it?
In an increasingly interconnected world, network security is a primary concern for internet provider companies and their customers. An essential tool for protecting your IT infrastructure against cyber threats is the firewall. In this article, we’ll explore why using firewalls is critical and how to implement them effectively on your network.
Updates – Made4Graph and Made4Flow – 5/22
Made4Flow – Version 2.0.4 Additions: Added the possibility to view the traffic of all CDNs at once Changes: Changed the color scheme on CDN traffic distribution graphs Fixes: Fixed returning logs after restarting Anti-DDoS Fixed timeout in BGP route action in Anti-DDoS Correction in the collection of interfaces via SNMPv3, the security level used for […]
The importance of the Provider having its own Speedtest
Having your own local speed tester or speedtest server at your ISP has a number of benefits and is important for several reasons.
The importance of a provider having its own DNS
A provider always seeks to provide the best quality internet for its customers, and a very important factor for us to be able to browse the internet is to have a recursive DNS server configured, the reason for this and how it works we already understand, but how to have a server within your network will improve navigation for your customers even more?
What’s new in Zabbix 6.4?
The new release focuses on simplifying Zabbix configuration, allowing Zabbix to instantly propagate configuration changes across large, distributed environments, as well as streamlining software update workflows. Organizations using LDAP or SAML will benefit from the new Just-in-time (JIT) user provisioning capabilities, allowing IT administrators to propagate Zabbix users using centralized user authentication mechanisms. This update […]
GRE + IPSec tunnel between Cisco IOS and Huawei NE40
In this post we will discuss a very common (and little documented) scenario, which is to use a GRE tunnel secured with IPSec between a Cisco IOS ASR1002 router and a Huawei NE40 router. The topology for this example is described below. It has been kept simple so that we can discuss the details of […]
Launch Made4Flow v2
We are very proud to announce the release of version 2 of Made4Flow and Anti-DDoS. Bringing several improvements, this version brings new features and optimizations. With a much more attractive look and interactive dashboard customization option, Made4Flow v2 stands out with its much more polished and refined interface, and also much faster and dynamic compared to its predecessor.
What is TR-069 and how it can help providers
TR-069 is a network device management protocol. It allows ISPs to remotely manage and configure network devices such as routers and modems.
With TR-069, ISPs can automate configuration, monitoring, and maintenance tasks for network devices, which helps ensure that Internet services run consistently and efficiently. In addition, TR-069 also allows providers to collect device performance data, which helps them identify and resolve issues quickly and efficiently.
In summary, TR-069 is a valuable tool for Internet Service Providers as it allows you to automate and manage network devices remotely, collect performance data to quickly identify and resolve problems, automate software and firmware upgrades, and offer network management for your customers, which can help reduce costs, increase operational efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Made4graph is a PPPoE client management software that manages via TR-069 that has several functionalities that help the provider to visualize and take actions in the network of its final client.
We are constantly building and developing new functions within the software, following the evolution of the market, bringing news and also meeting the needs of our customers.