EuroDOCSIS makes use of digital certificates for authentication of devices and software. The signing of digital certificates is performed by Symantec (formerly VeriSign), with which Excentis has a secured agreement for the delivery of the services. This page will guide you through the procedure to get an authorization for a EuroDOCSIS manufacturer and to obtain manufacturer certificates and CVCs signed by the EuroDOCSIS root key.
Before you can obtain EuroDOCSIS root key signed manufacturer certificates and CVCs from Symantec, you first need to get authorized by Excentis. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
The following documents contain the procedure and the required information forms that need to be returned to Excentis.
- Euro-DOCSIS Digital Certificate Authorization Procedure
- Euro-DOCSIS Digital Certificate Authorization Agreement
- EuroDOCSIS Manufacturer Certificates and CVCs Information Form
Signing Procedure at Symantec
Once you have been authorized by Excentis, you can contact Symantec to have your certificate authority(ies) and code verification certificate(s) signed under the EuroDOCSIS root. We will provide you the proper contact information within Symantec, to further follow up with them.
EuroDOCSIS Root Certificate
- NOTE - The EuroDOCSIS Test Root Certificate (required for BPI.23 testing) is available on the EuroDOCSIS Participants Portal
Do you also need EuroPacketCable certificates (required for EuroPacketCable 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0)? Here's a shortcut to the EuroPacketCable Certificates page.
Revoked EuroDOCSIS Manufacturer Certificates
There's a separate page for Revoked Certificates.