On-stick — a new mode of the Stingray Service Gateway to save router ports
When physical ports on network equipment become insufficient, the service provider has to expand the network core. VAS Experts offer a solution to this problem without additional costs. To achieve this, you need to use the new On-Stick mode, which was added to the Stingray Service Gateway in 2023.
What DDoS attacks are and how a telecom operator can protect against them
A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is a cyberattack that aims to render a resource, such as a website or network service, unavailable to its legitimate users. This is achieved by overwhelming the target system with an enormous number of requests that exceed its processing capabilities.
Taking stock of 2023
It's time to take stock of the year, and we're excited to share with you our results for 2023.
Case: How an operator can reduce the uplink cost
Reducing operating expenses plays an important role in an ISP's business, especially for those in the active development and growth stage. For each expense item, be it infrastructure development or marketing, there are different optimization mechanics; in this article, let's talk about uplink leasing costs.
Using named framed pools in L2 BNG
In response to a request from one of the customers, VAS Experts developers implemented a new option in Stingray Service Gateway: support for IP pools, which makes the platform more flexible. With the help of interaction with standard DHCP servers, it is now possible to use the BNG function of SSG with billing systems that do not have a native address issuing mechanism without using third-party scripting solutions.
How DHCP NAK Affects ISP's Business
Today, let's look at an example of how a specific Stingray SG functionality affects the business and saves a company's resources. And the more savings, the more profit.
VRF Lite and L3VPN in Stingray SG
L3VPN and L2VPN are popular services among telecom operators, and are a decisive factor in choosing an Internet provider for legal entities.
What is DLP? Data Loss Prevention for Critical Business Information
We will tell you what DLP is: how data loss prevention works for critical business information, how to build a DLP policy, what ways to prevent data loss exist, and for which companies it is important.
BNG CUPS model
Control and User Plane Separation (CUPS) is a technology that separates control and user planes in communication networks. This means that network management and data transfer occur on different physical and logical elements, which increases the flexibility and scalability of the network.
PPPoE: Setting Features, Advantages and Differences from Other Connection Protocols
Explaining how PPPoE works: what its features and differences from L2TP and PPTP are, which connection protocol is better to choose when setting the connection.