A government-owned full telecommunications service provider
that offers telephone, internet and wireless GSM and CDMA services to Suriname, South America, was planning for a full service end-to-end Internet Protocol (IP) enabled network in 2015. Phase 1 required the replacement of seven multiservice routers (the current backbone) with the addition of more service attributes. The design
was to include network feature requirements such as OSPF/BGP, IPv4/IPv6, L2VPN/ L3VPN, QoS, and BNG, as well as providing Cisco
Prime Access Registrar servers for the management of authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) access control services.