Address Management in IPv6
nick at foobar.org
Wed Jan 12 13:15:36 CET 2011
This is a really useful list. Do you think that it would be appropriate
for the RIPE NCC to put it up on a web site somewhere?
On 04/01/2011 13:50, Vesna Manojlovic wrote:
> Hi Graham,
> On 1/4/11 2:39 PM, Graham Beneke wrote:
>> What tools are available for tracking and recording IPv6 assignments
>> within an organisation?
> This is a summary of the similar questions and discussions in the last year
> at nanog and other lists.
> So, no personal nor operational experience, but a lot of links.
> Vesna Manojlovic
> RIPE NCC trainer
> (with the disclaimer that RIPE NCC does not endorse any of the mentioned
> commercial tools, etc....)
> Free IPAM tools that do support IPv6:
> # IPAT (IP Allocation Tool) http://nethead.de/index.php/ipat
> # NetDot https://netdot.uoregon.edu/trac/
> # HaCi http://sourceforge.net/projects/haci/
> # FreeIPdb http://home.globalcrossing.net/~freeipdb/
> # Infoblox IPAM Freeware
> Following tools did not support IPv6 (in May 2010), but it was in the list
> of planned features:
> IPplan http://iptrack.sourceforge.net/
> TIPP http://tipp.tobez.org/ & http://github.com/tobez/tipp
> ONA (OpenNetAdmin) http://opennetadmin.com/
> Commercial IP Address Management (IPAM) Tools with IPv6 support
> In alphabetic order:
> Alcatel-Lucent VitalQIP DNS/DHCP IP Management Software & Appliance
> Bluecat Networks / Proteus Enterprise IPAM Appliance
> BT Diamond IP - IPControl(TM) Sapphyre Appliances
> BT Diamond – IPControl(TM) Software
> Crypton UK - EasyIP(TM)
> Incognito / Address Commander(TM)
> Infoblox IPAM Express™ Solution
> Internet Associates IPal
> Men & Mice Suite: IPAM management module
> Nixu NameSurfer Suite
> Other related commercial products that also support IPv6:
> EMC Ionix IPv6 Availability Manager
> NetCracker (Operational Support Systems or OSS) tool
> OPNET IT Guru (R) Network Planner
> Other tools:
> network monitoring/analysis systems that support IPv6:
> * ntop has been ported to ipv6--although I am unsure of the results.
> * cold is a snffer/analyzer with ipv6 support.
> * wireshark is a fantastic sniffer/analyzer, and it supports ipv6.
> * snoop comes with Solaris 10, and it supports ipv6.
> * tracepath6 and traceroute6 come with the iptraf package for linux.
> * ethereal has a non-commercial version. http://www.ethereal.com/
> * iperf lets you simply monitor ipv6 tcp/udp performance.
> * mtr uses traceroute and ping, http://www.bitwizard.nl/mtr/
> * nagios is a host/server/service monitoring tool. http://www.nagios.org/
> * weathermap creates a visual network diagram showing health.
> & finally:
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