0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 21, 2016 11:53 AM by Jenya

    Quickly identify Public IP space with NCM

    Jenya

      I'm trying to figure out if there is a quick and easy way to identify all public IP space (non-RFC 1918) present in network device configurations throughout our network. We have NCM downloading configs from all of our devices, so I figured this shouldn't be hard to do. However, I don't see a pre-built Report for this and I can't seem to find a config report on content exchange either.

       

      I'm not looking to re-invent the wheel here. What I'm trying to do is verify completeness of data in our IPAM (Infoblox). My question is - what's the easiest and quickest way to get this done? It just seems like there should be an easy task.

       

      I was thinking I can write a configuration report that would search configs for non-RFC 1918 IP addresses. But this would only give me a list of devices that have public IPs on them and I would still have to collect the IP space information like netmask manually from each device.

       

      Should I just get download a trial of SolarWinds IPAM if it integrates with NCM somehow? I've never used SolarWinds IPAM.

       

      Any ideas are welcome!