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Why are We Moving Away from Maintain? Jason Gorrie. Agenda. Why Change Selection Process Selection Outcome Implementation Timeline Questions. Definitions. IPAM: IP Address Management DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DNS: Domain Name System DDI: DHCP, DNS, IPAM. Why Change.

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agenda
Agenda

Why Change

Selection Process

Selection Outcome

Implementation Timeline

Questions

definitions
Definitions

IPAM: IP Address Management

DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

DNS: Domain Name System

DDI: DHCP, DNS, IPAM

why change
Why Change

Oregon State Univ cease funding

Missing

IPv6 eg:fe80::224:1dff:feab:e78a/64

DNSSEC

Simple disaster recovery

selection process
Selection Process

Spring 2011: Invite vendors for RFI

Summer 2011: RFP

Fall 2011: RFP technical evaluation

Nov 16, 2011: RFP completed

Dec 01, 2011: PO issued

infoblox in the industry
Infoblox in the Industry

Carleton University

Université de Montréal

Harvard University

Arizona State University

Tivo

hardware options
Hardware Options

Infoblox-1050-A

24K DNS req/sec

Infoblox-1550-A

36K DNS req/sec

lab environment
Lab Environment

Lab: two IB 550-A & one IB 250-A

Setup to allow

Training

Advanced scripting changes

Testing of updates, new features

Setup completed no later: Jan 15, 2012

layout anycast
Layout – Anycast

A1U: MC – IST machine room

A2:EV2/3 – Environment machine room

A3:E6 - Engineering machine room

A4: Unknown

A5: Unknown

A6U: PHY/? - IST machine room

Aggregate Capacity: ~ 150K DNS requests/sec

Max Observed Typical Load: 4K DNS requests/sec

important changes
Important Changes

Policy 8 classification of A,AAAA record

Host HW/location data no longer in TXT records, available through API

Less free form data inputs

* No /etc/hosts

* No /etc/networks

Changes to bulk import TBD

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API

Written in Perl

Reference manual ~ 1300 pages, functions well documented, sample code

Bloxtools: www.bloxtools.com

my $bind_a = Infoblox::DNS::Record::A->new (

ipv4addr => "1.1.1.1",

name => "bind_a.domain.com",

comment => "this is a demo bind_a record",

disable => "true", ttl => "33",

mac_address => "1:1:1:1:1:1",

views => [$view1] ); # Submit for addition

question and answer
Question and Answer

Concerns?

What training do you want and how delivered?

/etc/hosts, /etc/networks are there others?

Workflows

MS DNS Integration

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