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Kenneth Gould, Christopher Pierce Williams: System and method for detecting and reporting cable network devices with duplicate media access control addresses. Time Warner Cable a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, March 31, 2009: US07512969 (22 worldwide citation)

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable network device (CND) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical c ...


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Kenneth Gould, Christopher Pierce Williams: System and method for detecting and reporting cable network devices with duplicate media access control addresses. Time Warner Cable a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, The Marbury Law Group PLLC, February 22, 2011: US07895665 (4 worldwide citation)

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable network device (CND) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical c ...


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Andrew C Danforth, Christopher G Turner, Clayton O Neill: System and method for automatically learning and maintaining IP address allocation topology. TIME WARNER CABLE ENTERPRISES, Otterstedt Ellenbogen & Kammer, August 22, 2017: US09742634

A topology map engine obtains, from a dynamic host control protocol relay device, a relayed request, of a client, for a dynamic host control protocol lease. The relayed request has at least one given IP address of the dynamic host control protocol relay device inserted therein. A search is made in a ...


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Kenneth Gould, Christopher Pierce Williams: System and method for detecting and reporting cable network devices with duplicate media access control addresses. Time Warner Cable a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, The Marbury Law Group PLLC, May 11, 2010: US07713309

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable network device (CND) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical c ...


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Kenneth Gould: System and method for detecting and reporting cable network devices with duplicate media access control addresses. Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, May 26, 2005: US20050114880-A1

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable network device (CND) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical c ...


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Kenneth Gould, Christopher Pierce Williams: System and Method for Detecting and Reporting Cable Network Devices with Duplicate Media Access Control Addresses. Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, March 5, 2009: US20090059809-A1

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable network device (CND) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical c ...


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Kenneth Gould, Christopher Pierce Williams: System and Method for Detecting and Reporting Cable Network Devices with Duplicate Media Access Control Addresses. Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, March 12, 2009: US20090070800-A1

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable network device (CND) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical c ...