Are you using RADIUS? Do you authorize, authenticate and account for subscriber network usage? Are you using DHCP or PPPoE?
These are some of the questions you will come across when you control the usage and access of your network services. There are many ways to authenticate — most commonly, with a username and password stored in a subscriber’s device. Older ISPs that offer Dial-up or DSL service often prefer this method.
Fast and stable internet is no longer a commodity, it is a necessity. As technology moves forward, internet providers from around the world scramble to deliver better and bolder ways to wirelessly connect.
Getting accurate data on the number of subscribers that signed up in the last six months, seeing their total usage and knowing how much revenue you’ve made can impact your forecasts and business decisions.
The Report Center contains a collection of standard billing and custom reports requested by ISPs. You can click and open any report on a web browser, filter the data, print a copy or download a CSV version. You can view reports about your scheduled customer suspensions or your accounts receivable for a given date range.
How do you notify your customers if there’s an emergency on one of your towers? Do you give them a call, send a mass email, post a message on Facebook, or do you send a quick text message? Some WISPs prefer to use multiple channels to inform customers, but for quick notices or updates on repairs, text messages are the most effective.
As of October 2018, Java is the world’s second most popular language. It was the leader for years but recently unseated by fast and efficient Python. Why? Java is getting long in the tooth. At Visp, we’re eagerly developing a powerful new web version to replace Java UBO that’s built on the world’s most advanced enterprise architecture. It’s incredibly fast and flexible and can do some amazing things for your business and your team’s productivity.