In the informative upper tabs of TruVizion, an Overview tab has been added that makes it easier to identify the most problematic CMTSs on your network. When you click Overview, an overall score for the modem RF readings, modem stability, upstream codeword errors and downstream codeword errors for each CMTS in order of severity will display. This overview will help you keep tabs on the relative health of the different CMTSs in your network and help you determine where you might focus your attention first. If you click the CMTS name in the report, it will take you to the diagnostics screen for that CMTS.
As part of the addition of the Overview to the upper tabs, the Voice and WiFi tabs will now be sub-tabs below the Data tab. When you click the Data tab, you will now see sub-tabs for Modem, Voice and WiFi. As before, the Modem Diagnostics tab will open by default, and the Voice and WiFi tabs will only be clickable if there is a compatible device that is reporting those statistics.
SNMP String Update
In order to provide additional security for your voice devices, TruVizion now has an optional setting to enter a different SNMP string for the EMTA interface than is entered for the modem interface. If you would like to have this separate SNMP string added, please have your TruVizion administrator contact your ZCorum Business Account Manager.
Calix B6 Diagnostics Update
For operators using TruVizion for DSL diagnostics on the Calix B6 series shelves, the DSL profile (package name) will display as it has been entered in the DSLAM configuration.
Node Report Additions
When you run a Node report in TruVizion, you will now see a double arrow on the right side of the screen to to open the filter box, where you can filter the list by device manufacturer and model, network location or modem health.
WiFi Client Information
On the WiFi diagnostics tab we have normalized the different sources of WiFi client information so all connection speeds will show in the same values (i.e. Mbps). Also, thresholds will be consistent across data reported via the Arris and CableLabs MIBs.