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Populate UDT User and Switch ports in the IP address view

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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on Jul 14, 2016

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Integration with User Device Tracker (UDT) adds two columns to your IP Address view providing end-to-end IP address to user/device mapping. The two columns that UDT integration provides are the user and switch ports columns. IPAM detects that UDT is installed and automatically adds the columns.

Only direct MAC connections identified by UDT are mapped to IPAM. Indirect or unknown connections do not appear in IPAM.

When you click on the IP Address details you will see the UTD Details tab. This tab provides user login and network connection details.


To have data populate the columns, follow the steps below.

To configure IPAM-UDT integration:

  1. Ensure that you have IPAM 3.1.1 installed.
  2. Ensure that you have the minimum version of UDT 2.5.0 installed.
  3. Login into your web console.
  4. Navigate to Manage Subnets & IP Addresses.
  5. Two UDT columns will be added to the IP Address view displaying Users and Switch Ports (scroll far right).


  6. In IPAM, add a subnet, for example: (,,
  7. In UDT add nodes (for example:,,
  8. Add a Domain Controller (AD integrated) in UDT as a node (, to get the values in Users column
  9. Allow for data collection in both IPAM and UDT to begin seeing data in the two columns.

When UDT and IPAM are integrated you will see a UDT Details tab located on the IP Address Details page.



For more information about using UDT & IPAM for troubleshooting issues see IP Address Conflicts.

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