The Multiple Access Service Platform (MASP) system is a management platform for wireless and wired networks that provides number of key elements
1) Authentication of the users trying to access the network
2) Management of the network
3) Management of the user sessions
4) Management of the administrative users
5) Management and control of the branding and look-and-feel of the User Interface
6) Integration of added-value services and applications to users over the network
The Multiple Access Service Platform [MASP] provides Service Providers, Systems Integrators and estate owners with a wireless service Management Platform that securely authenticates users trying to connect to a wireless network.
MASP provides a Core Management Platform for control and management of access to the wireless network. For most sites, an Access Controller is installed at the user’s premises (the “Edge Network”) and a secure tunnel is established between the Edge Network and the Core Management Platform. All access requests are delivered to the Core Management Platform across this tunnel and if authenticated, the user requests are accepted and connection to the network is made.
For smaller sites or where common policies and branding exist across a number of sites, a single access controller at the Core Management Platform is used to aggregate all of the connections.
All access control policies as well as branding, user management and session control are provided through a Service Management Portal which provides authorized users with the ability to access the Core Management Platform and update site or enterprise details.