WSV324. Windows Server IP Address Management (IPAM). Rick Claus Sr. Technical Evangelist @ RicksterCDN http://RegularITGuy.com. Session Objectives and Takeaways. Session Objective(s): Understand Windows Server 2012 IPAM
Organize, assign, monitor and manage static and dynamic IPv4/v6 addresses
Address space mgmt
Automatic discovery of DC, DHCP and DNS servers, and dynamic IP addresses in use
In-box solution that complements – and seamlessly integrated with – MS DHCP and DNS offerings
Centralized configuration and update of MS DHCP/DNS servers
Visibility & audit
Track and audit changes and provide real-time view of status
Win 8 (RSAT) & WS 2012
WS 2012 in-box
Role-based access control
WS08; WS08 R2 & SPs; WS 2012
WID – Windows Internal Database is a relational data store for Windows Server components
Distributed deployment, scale, and DR
IPAM User Interface
Import PS integration module
Export PS integration module
4 buildings each with 10 floors
Plan Address Space structure
Configure & Update DHCP
Build Server Inventory
Monitor DNS and DHCP System
AD DS represents network topology as sites, subnets, and site links for efficient replication
AD location. Activities, including replication, authentication and service location are based on site.
Sites are associated with one or more subnets, each containing a number of hosts.
Site links represent the WAN connections between sites.
Replication within a site is triggered automatically when a directory update occurs. Replication between sites (over slower, more expensive WAN links) is scheduled to occur periodically.
Create Task in Task Scheduler
IPAM views & operations
WS 2012 IPAM
SC 2012 SP1 VMM
IP Address Space Management
Scale and Robustness
WS 2012 IPAM
Deployment, Customization, and Management
Network Audit and Visibility
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