1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 2, 2012 1:11 PM by michal.hrncirik

    IPAM ver.3 Features

    il_ jc


      Hi

       

      Are the following test cases possible with IPAM ver3:

       

      Test Purpose:

      To monitor and display IPv6 address routers

      Prerequisites:

      Required to have dual stack routers.  Need to be SNMP enabled

      Test Procedure:

      IPAM Settings >> Manage Nodes >> Add Global Prefix / IPv6 Site / IPv6 Subnet

      Expected Result:

      All IPv6 addresses Routers should be displayed with specific information such as IOS ver, Hostname, IP Address, etc.

       

      Test Purpose:

      To monitor and display IPv6 address of routers as additional column for the added IPv4 address routers

      Prerequisites:

      Need to be SNMP enabled

      Test Procedure:

      IPAM Settings >> Manage Nodes >> Add Subnet

      Expected Result:

      All IPv6 addresses of Routers should be displayed as 1 column as per monitoring of IPv4 address routers

       

      Test Purpose:

      To import the excel sheet with the auto-grouping feature for the list ip addresses with different subnets

      Prerequisites:

      Sheet should be in .csv or .xls format

      Test Procedure:

      IPAM Settings >> IP Address and Subnet Import >> File to Upload field >> Browse

      Expected Result:

      All the data including the column headers should be imported on the IPAM display page.  All ip addresses with different subnet masks should be auto-grouped accordingly based on subnets

        • Re: IPAM ver.3 Features
          michal.hrncirik

          Hi,

           

          test case #1

          IPAM does polling based on IPv4 address. So in case that your routers has both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses assigned then this test case is valid and IPAM 3.0 compatible but the test procedure needs to be changed and you need to add IPv4 subnet too along with IPv6 prefix.

           

          test case #2

          As I mentioned IPAM doesn't poll for IPv6 so you need to import IPv6 addresses via IPAM importing wizard along with your IPv4 then you will see that as a separate column. We would like to add polling of IPv6 via SNMP in the future.

           

          test case #3

          yes, this is valid scenario - IPAM importing wizard allows to import IP addresses and/or subnet structures (including folders/groups, etc.). IPAM also allow you to create all imported structures automatically or you can organize it manually via drag&drop feature.

           

          thanks for asking and let us know if you need more info.

           

          thanks,

          Michal

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