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IPAM: Overview

Morgan Wynnes Updated by Morgan Wynnes

IPAM Dashboard View

  1. Dashboard: Clicking here will always bring you to the top level of the supernets view.
  2. IPAM Explorer: Clicking on the "+" buttons will expand that directory, and clicking on a specific folder name will bring you into the view for that supernet/subnet/pool.
  3. Subnet: The general IP structure for your supernet.
  4. Name: The name of the supernet.
  5. Type: This displays whether the supernet is IPv4 or IPv6.
  6. Largest Free Block: The largest CDIR prefix of concurrent IP addresses.
  7. Utilization: The raw percentage of IP addresses already assigned to subnets.
  8. Edit menu: Through this menu you can create, edit, or delete a supernet.
  9. Clicking the arrow will display the sidebar for that particular subnet, where you can view additional details and activity history.
  10. IP Lookup: Here you can search a specific IP address to bring up it's current and historical assignments.
  11. Create Supernet: If you want to create a supernet, you can do so by clicking here.

Supernet View

  1. Supernet: This is the current supernet you are viewing the details of.
  2. Current Usage: The percentage of your supernet that is presently has subnets assigned to it.
  3. Assigned Addresses: The number of IP addresses within the supernet that are currently assigned to accounts and network sites.
  4. Unassigned Addresses: The number of IP addresses within the supernet that are not currently assigned.
  5. Subnets Table: This is a simplified subnet view showing all of the subnets within this supernet.

Subnet View

  1. Subnet: This is the current subnet you are viewing the details of.
  2. Current Usage: The percentage of IP addresses within the subnet that are currently assigned to accounts and network sites.
  3. Assigned Addresses: The number of IP addresses within the subnet that are currently assigned to accounts and network sites.
  4. Unassigned Addresses: The number of IP addresses within the subnet that are not currently assigned.
  5. IP Pools Table: This is a simplified IP pool view showing all of the pools within this subnet.
  6. Create: If you want to create an IP pool, you can do so by clicking here.
  7. Create IP Pool: This button functions the exact same way as "Create" in #6 above.

Pool View

  1. IP Pool Details
    1. Name: The name of the IP Pool
    2. Subnet: The subnet that the pool belongs to
    3. IP Range: The range of available IPs within the pool
    4. IPs Available: The remaining IPs within a pool that are available to be assigned
  2. DHCP Servers Table: This table provides the details for the DHCP server that the pool is assigned to.
  3. Edit DHCP Servers: Clicking here will navigate you to the page where you can edit or create DHCP servers.
  4. LTE EPCs Table: This table provides the details for the LTE EPCs that the pool is assigned to.
  5. Edit LTE EPCs: Clicking here will navigate you to the page where you can edit or create LTE EPCs.
  6. IP Assignments Table: This table will display any IP assignments that have been made within this pool.

IP Lookup View

  1. IP Lookup: Entering in the IP address here that you wish to lookup will bring you to this IP Lookup View page.
  2. IP Assignment:
    1. Subnet: The individual IP you are looking up
    2. Subnet: The subnet this individual IP is a member of
    3. Entity: This displays the type of entity that the IP is assigned to
    4. Soft: If this IP address was soft assigned, it will display "Yes"
    5. IP Pool: The name of the IP pool that the assignment is a member of
    6. Entity ID: The specific ID that the IP assignment is made to, for example: an inventory model field ID or RADIUS user ID
  3. Current Assignment: This area will display the details for the entity that the IP is assigned to.
  4. Associated Addresses: This section of the view will display the physical address as well as links to the sidebar for the associated account or network site.
  5. IP Assignment History Table: If the IP assignment has ever existed on another account or network site, record of that history will be shown here.

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