PDOA Stack

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For PDOA, it has to be an Indian entity (companies, associations, small merchants, etc.) having a PAN number wanting to provide one or more WANI compliant Wi-Fi hotspots to public using either free or paid model. They conform to the governing rules laid out by TRAI under this framework. Customization offered by C-DOT

  • Plans to be offered
  • Look and feel of the captive portal page as per PDOA’s logo and company name
What to do to become PDOA
  • Register your company or association on SaralSanchar website (https://saralsanchar.gov.in/)
  • Fill-up the form on CR (https://pmwani.cdot.in) using E-mail id, Mobile and SaralSanchar Registration
  • Contact C-DOT for signing NDA for PDOA Stack
  • C-DOT will provide the relevant software on the cloud

Captive Portal

  • Providing summary view of data consumption to the user
  • Providing details of various plans available for purchase
  • Allowing user to purchase plans as per his needs
  • Volume based and bandwidth-based plans supported
AAA
  • Authorization of the end user as per authentication credential received from App provider backend
  • Apply data plan as purchased by the user
  • Accounting of the user as per data consumption
WANI Handler
  • Handling of WANI Tokens as per the WANI Architecture specifications.
Access Point management GUI
  • To add/delete access points
  • To view the details of access points configured (data provided during configuration)
  • To view the upload/download data usage per access point
  • To view data consumption per subscriber LEA Requirements
  • Storing NAT Logs as received by each Access Point
  • Storing Accounting logs of each user

The PDOA network is considered to be WANI compliant if it meets following conditions:

  • The network should be capable of creating or handling following TOKENS and related security certificates as per WANI Framework:
    • waniapptoken
    • wanipdoatoken
    • User profile response of wanipdoatoken from APP Provider backend
  • The PDOA network should authorize the user based on Username/Password available in the User profile received from APP Provider backend to allow internet access to the user device
  • The PDOA should be able to cache XML file which contains the details of PDOA, Access Points, App providers hosted on Central Registry
  • The PDOA network should have user authorization and accounting function
  • The PDOA network should be able to store Network Address Translation Internet Packet Data Record (NAT IPDR) generated for users accessing internet at its PDO location so as to comply to Security guidelines of PM-WANI Framework and Guidelines for Registration

For C-DOT

  • Providing Cloud Infrastructure Technical Requirements for PDOA Stack
  • Customization of PDOA Stack as per customer inputs
  • Integration with Razorpay account details as provided by customer
  • Testing of the customized PDOA Stack
  • Hosting the PDOA Stack on the cloud
  • Certification of PDOA
  • Providing basic training for using the stack
  • Monitoring of the PDOA stack on cloud
  • Software bug fix/support for PDOA Stack
  • Software upgrade of PDOA Stack
For PDOA
  • Arranging Cloud infrastructure for PDOA Stack
  • Arranging for Razorpay payment account
  • Providing inputs for customization of the captive portal page and plans
  • Public IP and Domain name
  • Certification of PDOA
  • Keeping backup of logs required as per Security Guidelines

Captive Portal
  • Providing summary view of data consumption to the user
  • Providing details of various plans available for purchase
  • Allowing user to purchase plans as per his needs
  • Volume based and bandwidth-based plans supported
AAA
  • Authorization of the end user as per authentication credential received from App provider backend
  • Apply data plan as purchased by the user
  • Accounting of the user as per data consumption
WANI Handler
  • Handling of WANI Tokens as per the WANI Architecture specifications.
Access Point management GUI
  • To add/delete access points
  • To view the details of access points configured (data provided during configuration)
  • To view the upload/download data usage per access point
  • To view data consumption per subscriber LEA Requirements
  • Storing NAT Logs as received by each Access Point
  • Storing Accounting logs of each user

The PDOA network is considered to be WANI compliant if it meets following conditions:
  • The network should be capable of creating or handling following TOKENS and related security certificates as per WANI Framework:
    • waniapptoken
    • wanipdoatoken
    • User profile response of wanipdoatoken from APP Provider backend
  • The PDOA network should authorize the user based on Username/Password available in the User profile received from APP Provider backend to allow internet access to the user device
  • The PDOA should be able to cache XML file which contains the details of PDOA, Access Points, App providers hosted on Central Registry
  • The PDOA network should have user authorization and accounting function
  • The PDOA network should be able to store Network Address Translation Internet Packet Data Record (NAT IPDR) generated for users accessing internet at its PDO location so as to comply to Security guidelines of PM-WANI Framework and Guidelines for Registration

For C-DOT
  • Providing Cloud Infrastructure Technical Requirements for PDOA Stack
  • Customization of PDOA Stack as per customer inputs
  • Integration with Razorpay account details as provided by customer
  • Testing of the customized PDOA Stack
  • Hosting the PDOA Stack on the cloud
  • Certification of PDOA
  • Providing basic training for using the stack
  • Monitoring of the PDOA stack on cloud
  • Software bug fix/support for PDOA Stack
  • Software upgrade of PDOA Stack
For PDOA
  • Arranging Cloud infrastructure for PDOA Stack
  • Arranging for Razorpay payment account
  • Providing inputs for customization of the captive portal page and plans
  • Public IP and Domain name
  • Certification of PDOA
  • Keeping backup of logs required as per Security Guidelines