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About This Guide

About This Guide

This document provides the information for planning, installing, and using Cisco Cable Manager, Release 1.0 and performing cable router and cable modem management.

This guide was written for network administrators who use Cisco Cable Manager to manage Cisco uBR7200 series universal broadband routers as well as voice- and data-enabled DOCSIS-compliant cable modems.

Document Organization

Table 1: Major Sections of This Guide
Chapter Title Description

Chapter 1

Planning for Cisco Cable Manager Installation

Describes network components and architecture required to use Cisco Cable Manager to manage Cisco uBR7200 series universal broadband routers and cable modems

Chapter 2

Installing Cisco Cable Manager

Describes the installation steps required for Cisco Cable Manager

Chapter 3

Using Cisco Cable Manager

Describes the procedures for using Cisco Cable Manager to manage Cisco uBR7200 series universal broadband routers and cable modems

Table 2: Guide Conventions
Convention Description

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Commands and keywords.

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Variables for which you supply values.

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Keywords or arguments that appear within square brackets.

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Examples of information displayed on the screen.

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Examples of information you must enter.

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Nonprinting characters, for example password, appear in angle brackets.

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Default responses to system prompts appear in square brackets.


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