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My DHCP server is running ISP DHCP Server V3.0pl1, maintaining hundreds of scopes. Is there any tool which can report the IP utilization of each scope so that administrator can be alerted when certain threshold is hit?
what's the problem?? it's just a build of ISC DHCP version 3, whatever the specific release version is called by whoever built it. i was looking earlier for open source IPAM software, i've certainly sen some, but just can't remember the name at the moment. found phpIP, but that wasn't quite what i found a while ago.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 07-04-2007 at 02:01 PM.
no, i know i'm afraid. there is one out there on sourceforge i'm sure. i'm stuck thinking of "iptrack" but that's not it... i'm sure enough googling for ipam and gpl nd such terms will eventually find it.
Oh, I've found one which is called DHCPStatus. It gets subnet information based on dhcpd.conf and dhcpd.leases files, then generates reports either in web pages or command line output. With a bit scripting, % utilization of each scopes can be obtained.