This online course presents the processes that are performed during cable
modem registration, functional differences with DOCSIS versions 1.x, 2.0, 3.0
and 3.1 cable modems, and how to pinpoint potential issues in ranging,
registration and cable modem resets.
Please note: This course is part of an E6000 Advanced
Troubleshooting Suite. This robust program equips operators and technicians to
address the real-world challenges that come with operating the E6000 CER in
today’s network. The suite consists of four online courses followed by a
Capstone instructor-led course that has intensive hands-on troubleshooting labs.
The complete E6000 Advanced Troubleshooting Suite consists
E6D301: E6000 CER Cable Modem Registration (online, self-paced)
E6D302: E6000 CER Theft of Service Prevention (online,
E6D303: E6000 CER RF Impairments (online, self-paced)
- E6D304: E6000 CER Capacity and Bandwidth (online, self-paced)
E6D305: Advanced Troubleshooting Capstone per student
(Note: Separate registration is required for each course.)
This course also prepares you for CERT410: E6000 CER Foundation certification.
- Understand the procedural order during CM registration
- Identify functional modem registration differences with DOCSIS versions
- Pinpoint potential issues in ranging, registration and cable modem resets
Understanding of DOCSIS and prior attendance in a E6D201: E6000 CER Operations
instructor-led course .