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Results tagged "DHCP"

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SolarWinds Integrates IP Address Management with Microsoft DHCP, DNS

December 13, 2012 04:17 PM
SolarWinds' latest release of its IP address management software provides a Web-based console for managing IP addresses, including IPv6. But slow adoption of IPv6 hints at a lack of urgency for IPAM technology.

Time To Say Goodbye To Static IPs

May 16, 2012 09:30 AM
Configuring static IP addresses on switches, routers, log servers, databases, management systems and other parts of the infrastructure is a common practice. It's also a bad one. Extending that error to virtual machines and applications is worse.

Meraki Ups The Cloud-Based Networking Ante

January 23, 2012 10:10 AM
Mainstream network players and those chasing them are out to erase the lines between wireless and wired networking. As the network edge gets redefined and the cloud makes its presence felt in LAN and WLAN spaces, announcements like Meraki's latest update are getting to be more commonplace--and exciting. With a number of interesting product updates to share, Meraki is starting 2012 with a bang.

Infoblox Brings IP Address Management To Windows 2008

April 08, 2008 05:28 PM
Infoblox's WinConnect runs on Windows 2008 and can manage all of the DNS and DHCP servers centrally with a full audit trail and reporting capability.

Infoblox-2000 Beefs Up DNS/DHCP

March 30, 2007 04:23 PM
Infoblox's integrated DNS/DHCP appliance targets large enterprises and service providers supporting growing numbers of IP-enabled devices and applications.

Rollout: Men & Mice's Men & Mice 5.5

November 15, 2006 05:00 AM
This enterprise IP address management solution provides nonintrusive centralized management of DNS, DHCP and IP configuration, automates common processes, and delegates responsibility for given subnets and routine tasks.

Review: DNS/DHCP Appliances

September 15, 2006 04:00 AM
We tested three DNS/DHCP appliances designed to simplify configuration in remote offices through high availability and seamless failover. We gave out our Editor's Choice award to the product with the

Lucent, Global Crossing Move Ahead On IPv6

October 11, 2005 09:39 PM
Lucent Technologies said Tuesday it has been chosen by Europe???s TeliaSonera to prepare the European communications service provider for large-scale migration to the next Internet Protocol generation in 2006.

Dynamic DNS Keeps Names Up to Date

September 16, 2005 04:00 AM
Dynamic DNS automates the chore of maintaining current IP addresses. We tell you how to implement it.

Microsoft Tests Two Flavors Of Windows Server

August 01, 2005 09:47 PM
Beta tests of the next version of Windows Server include a stripped-down version, called Windows Longhorn Server Core, that loses the Windows GUI and includes only the most common server

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