1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 26, 2011 1:37 PM by Andy McBride

    Installing IPAM and IP SLA without a registered NPM installation

      Hello everyone,

      I have to integrate IPAM and IP SLA in an existing NPM installation. I checked that an existing NPM is required at least for IPAM. We have the active mantainance for every product.

      We have an old NPM installation (NPM 9.1), with a 2005 SQL server without Service Pack. In addition we have some performance problem with the SQL server, then I'm afraid that installing an old IPAM version can impact further.

      Actually getting a working IPAM quickly is highly required.

      Can I install IPAM and/or IP SLA on a separate server without buying a new NPM license?