[OpenWrt-Devel] [OpenWrt] TR-069 for OpenWrt

Luka Perkov luka.perkov at sartura.hr
Sat May 28 05:28:20 EDT 2016

Hi Delbar,

On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 11:43:28PM +0000, Delbar Jos wrote:
> At Technicolor we have followed with great interest the recent proposals to enhance OpenWrt with an open source solution for TR-069 remote management. As one of the world's largest vendors of modems and routers for carrier applications, making use of OpenWrt in a significant share of our install base, we want to support this initiative in a meaningful way. Concretely, we are willing to open source Technicolor's in-house TR-069 solution and thereby contribute to OpenWrt:
>  * a TR-069 protocol agent,
>  * a data model mapping framework that we use to bridge the world of OpenWrt, UCI, UBUS ... with the world of TR-069, TR-098, TR-181 ... (and by extension with the world of SNMP, MIB, NETCONF, YANG ...),
>  * a set of mappings.
> We are conscious of the fact that together with the proposals made by Felix,
> Luka and Wojtek we are now looking at many "competing" proposals. As a next
> step, we recommend to organize a workshop, at a practical location and time,
> where we put everything on the table and define the most appropriate path
> forward to the benefit of OpenWrt as a whole.
> TR-069 is a complicated remote management system and in order to make this
> initiative a success, we must ensure that the complexity is handled in an
> elegant way and with respect for OpenWrt's core architecture. More than on
> the protocol itself, we believe that we should focus on the architectural
> enhancements required to support remote management in general.
> Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thank you for your proposal and offer. I think this effort and workshop are
great news. I'm also looking forward to see if more companies will decide to
join CWMP/TR-* discussions and more importantly at the end of the day
have a stable and well defined TR-069 stack implemented in OpenWrt!

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