Best Practices for Next-Generation IP Address Management
sponsored by BT Diamond IP

Effective IP management requires proper allocation of address space so there's adequate capacity, accurate configuration of DHCP servers for dynamic address users, and accurate configuration of DNS servers so resources can be accessed easily. When these behind-the-scenes tasks are flawlessly executed, network users don't need to contact the help desk with complaints about the network; the IP address manager is invisible. In addition to flawlessly configuring and managing each of these foundational elements of IP address management, the IP address manager must also "manage" these three areas collectively and integrate them into the broader IT network management environment. This white paper provides IT professionals with a comprehensive guide for how to flawlessly execute tasks for IP management, and recommends best practices for simplifying the IP management process.
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