This program encodes a DOCSIS binary configuration file from a human-readable text configuration file.
This build is an experimental one and is based on a fork from the GitHub project. Please use this build on your own risk.
This tool is fully compliant with the following specs:
This was tested on Ubuntu 14.10, Fedora 21, openSUSE 13.2 (little endian) and Debian 7.5 Sparc64 (big endian) and it is known to work without issues.
Debian/Ubuntu: apt-get install automake libtool libsnmp-dev bison make gcc flex git libglib2.0-dev libfl-dev Fedore/RedHat/CentOS: yum install autoconf automake libtool glib2-devel bison flex net-snmp-devel openSUSE/SLES: zypper install autoconf automake libtool glib2-devel bison flex net-snmp-devel FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD pkg install automake autoconf bison flex gcc libtool glib net-snmp
Mac OS X
Tested and working on OS X Mavericks. Dependencies should be installed using MacPorts:
sudo port install autoconf automake libtool glib2-devel bison flex net-snmp
Tested and working under Cygwin 2.0.2
automake libtool net-snmp-utils net-snmp-devel bison make gcc-g++ flex libglib2.0-devel
Follow the following steps to download and install the utility.
git clone https://github.com/rlaager/docsis.git cd docsis ./autogen.sh ./configure make make install (optional)
Please use the GitHub system to report feature request and bugs.
Quoting the hex strings will result in a crash. Known workaround is to not quote HEX definitions.
There are compilation problems on old gcc variants, you should get an error similar to: docsis.c: multiple definition of `main'. Known workaround is to upgrade to a newer version of gcc.
If you want to encode as string something similar to ""value"" you need to escape the extra characters. Config file value should look like ""value"".