How to grow fast and increase ISP network size with Splynx. Webinar record. Part 1

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How to grow fast and increase ISP network size with Splynx.
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In this video you will see:
===Example of ARPU, ROI calculations.
=== Deployment of Radius server and billing.
=== Rack design with Mikrotik routers and switches.
===Case study Fitel Network redesign and optimization ISP from Spain who had a network issue.
The main issue was that once a day at around 4pm, several customers reconnected their PPPoE sessions, which caused the CPU activity to jump from 30% to 100%, and, as a result, the router stopped responding to new PPPoE requests. Also, it started to disconnect dozens of already-connected PPPoE customers.

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