IPAM: Installing and Configuring IP Address Management on Windows

Introducing IPAM - IP Address Manager

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IP Address Manager (IPAM) is a feature built into Windows Server that allows you to set up an administrator tool and analyze DHCP scopes and have an IP address base within a computer network.

In a server environment where multiple Windows DHCP servers are in use, IPAM provides a single interface to manage all servers.


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