IP Address Management IPAM software for small ISP

Blake Gillman bgillman at godaddy.com
Wed Jan 23 19:42:19 UTC 2013


Hey guys - We too are evaluating 6Connect, moving away from BlueCat Proteus.
So far so good on the backend and with automation.
We start our net ops operational trials tomorrow.

Blake

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric A Louie [mailto:elouie at yahoo.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 11:57 AM
To: James Wininger
Cc: <nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Re: IP Address Management IPAM software for small ISP

Thanks James.  We just activated a demo with 6Connect last week.  We'll see
how 
it goes.

 Much appreciated, Eric




________________________________
From: James Wininger <jwininger at ifncom.net>
To: Eric A Louie <elouie at yahoo.com>
Cc: "<nanog at nanog.org>" <nanog at nanog.org>
Sent: Mon, December 17, 2012 8:56:53 AM
Subject: Re: IP Address Management IPAM software for small ISP

Eric, 

We recently migrate away from IPPlan to 6connect. There is significant cost
to 
the application but the end result (IMHO) is well worth it. 

IPPlan was great that is used MySQL, as many of us use that DB, so
integration 
was easy, but what we were trying to do with the integration on the
"backend" 
with IPPlan, 6connect does out of the box.

DNS integration, RESTful with ARIN, user access control etc. Not trying to
sell 
the product here, just saying that we went through what you are going
through 
and if it helps, I wish we had the time back that we put into IPPlan.

They have hosted and "local" installs available, but they prefer the hosted 
model. We did local install.



--

Jim

On Dec 12, 2012, at 8:22 PM, Eric A Louie wrote:

I'm looking for IPAM solutions for a small regional wireless ISP.  There are
4 
>Tier 2 personnel and 2 NOC technicians who would be using the tool, and a
small 

>staff of engineers.
>
>They have regionalized IP addresses so blocks are local, but there are
subnets 
>that are global.
>
>don't care if it's a linux or windows solution.
>
>Need to be able to migrate from FreeIPdb (yes, I know, it's a dinosaur)
>
>We're not dealing with a lot now, but the potential for growth is pretty
high.
>
>What are you using and how is it working for you?
>
>Much appreciated, Eric
>
>




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