IP Address Management (IPAM)

Device42’s IP Address Management (IPAM) capabilities provide an easy to use, intuitive console for centralized IP visibility and control including IP tracking, IP assignments, and many other IP management functions.

Features include:

  • IPv4/IPv6 IP address management
  • Auto-discovery tools to keep IP records accurate and up-to-date
  • Overlapping IP ranges and nested subgroups management
  • Subnet tree view with nested subnets and IPs
  • Auto assignment of IPs to devices
  • Powerful APIs enable IP search, find, and integration with other tools
  • Graphic visualizations of network connectivity connections
Overlapping IP Ranges and Nested Subnets

Overlapping IP Ranges and Nested Subnets

The Device42 IP address Management (IPAM) software provides:

  • Overlapping IP ranges with VRF groups
  • Create nested IPv4 and IPv6 subnets with a single click
  • Subnet tree view with nested subnets & IPs
  • Assign subnets to customer/departments
  • Easily track usage per subnet
  • Keep accurate IP information using auto-discovery tools
  • Merge subnets into parents
  • Relocate subnets
  • Merge VLANs
Overlapping IP Ranges and Nested Subnets

Auto-assign IPs

Allow staff members to auto-assign available IPs to devices. Worrying about outdated IPAM.xlsx is now a thing of the past.

Visualize Switch Port Relationships

Visualize Switch Port Relationships

Device42's IP address manager builds graphic network visualizations of switch port to switch port connections. Auto-generated diagrams are based on auto-discovered and manually entered network data. In addition, diagrams also depict virtual devices detected on switch ports.

DNS Integration

DNS Integration

Transfer zones and zone records automatically from DNS servers for easy search and up-to-date documentation and correlation to IP addresses.

IP Address Management from the Command Line

IP Address Management from <cmd/>

Device42's IP address management tool provides simple API calls to find next available IP, search for an IP, or assign a new IP using scripting language.