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Is there a tool which can manage the maintenance of an IP map?

If no, it is possible to make a Powershell script which can get hostnames and their IPs, but it'd be nice if a tool exists to do this for me. Maintaining an IP map is becoming a big bottleneck.


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Are you referring to IPAM? – joeqwerty Nov 25 '10 at 2:24
I just googled IPAM and that looks very useful. Thanks! – dotnetdev Nov 25 '10 at 23:44
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Why not use static DHCP assignments? Then your map becomes the territory. Failing that, if you use DHCP your DHCP server should have an IP map.

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