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Worth Reading: Robust IPAM

Elisa Jasinska covered several IPAMs in her overview of open-source network automation tools, and we had Jeremy Stretch talking about NetBox in the Building Network Automation Solutions online course, but if you’re looking for a really robust easy-to-implement solution, check out this document from 1998 (deployment experience, including a large-scale one).

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  1. I'm looking for an IPAM that works in the opposite way.
    Collect the routing table from the network and create an IPAM from the information

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    1. Depending on vendor support. NAV from nav.uninett.no may do what you look for in terms of polling ip interfaces to create a "ipam". Although I would not call that ip management. It's more a "configured ip address database".

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  2. It seems NAV still doesn´t support SNMPv3, yet?

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