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Introduction to IPAM

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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on Jul 13, 2016

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IP Address Manager (IPAM) leverages an intuitive web interface to allow you to easily investigate IP address space issues. By scanning the network for IP address changes, IPAM maintains a dynamic list of IP addresses and allows engineers to plan for network growth, ensure IP space usage meets standards, and helps troubleshoot IP address conflicts.

IPAM also allows you to manage and monitor your DHCP & DNS servers. Windows, Cisco, ASA, BIND, and ISC are currently supported.

The following diagram illustrates a typical IPAM installation.

A Typical IPAM Deployment ScenarioFile:Success_Center/New_Articles/IPAM_AdminGuide_MT/010/IPAM_Architecture_Diagram.png

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