This MIB module defines objects that describe the configuration
of the authentication manager for the Cisco Content Delivery
System for TV (CDS-TV).
CDS-TV is a suite of products and software applications
providing ingest, storage, caching, streaming, playout and
on-demand delivery of video to television or set-top-box
Authentication Manager is an optional feature of CDS-TV and is
only for specific RTSP environments (EventIS). The
Authentication Manager communicates with the back-office to
validate a request received from a set-top box before setting up
CCP Cache Control Protocol
CDS Content Delivery System
CORBA Common Object Request Broker Architecture
ISA Interactive Services Architecture
ISV Integrated Streamer-Vault
FSI File Service Interface
FTP File Transfer Protocol
MPEG Motion Picture Experts Group
MSA Managed Services Architecture
QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
RTSP Real-Time Streaming Protocol
SOAP Simple Object Access Protocol
STB Set-Top Box
VOD Video On-Demand
Catcher: Device responsible for receiving content (typically
satellite dishes and antennae) from content providers or from a
Content Ingest: Acquisition of content from a source such as a
catcher or an FTP server for storing it locally and making it
available to streamers as needed.
TRAXIS: A part of the proprietary EventIS VOD back-office
solution for transaction, session and resource management that
communicates with VOD client applications, edge QAM devices,
video servers and conditional access systems.
Vault: Content delivery application responsible for ingesting
and storing video content and making it available to streamers
and/or caching nodes.
Caching Nodes: Content delivery application responsible for
caching content from vault (using CCP) and then streaming
content out to streamers over HTTP or CCP.
Streamer: Content delivery application responsible for
video out to STB's.
ISV: Content delivery application capable of acting as both a
vault and as a streamer in a single device.