Cisco Prime IP Express DHCP/DNS Base (v. 8.3) - license - 50000 IP nodes

Mfg. Part: ENT-8.3-DD-50K | CDW Part: 3781464 | UNSPSC: 43232804
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  • (v. 8.3)
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  • 50000 IP nodes
  • Linux
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  • (v. 8.3)
  • license
  • 50000 IP nodes
  • Linux
  • Win
Cisco Prime IP Express is designed to quickly, easily, and securely manage IP addresses within an enterprise. This reliable, high-performance and cost-effective solution provides integrated Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), and centralized IP address management (IPAM) services. It is specifically designed for today's enterprise networks - with associated emerging Internet technologies, mobile device proliferation, new security threats, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement, and high level of virtualization all in mind.

Users expect to be able to bring their personal mobile devices to work. Self-provisioning these devices securely and cost effectively requires a BYOD interface that integrates with a secure external authentication service like Microsoft Active Directory (AD). Providing terms of use, branding, and identity confirmation all lead to an in-house provisioning experience that will lower operating expenses (OpEx) while satisfying administrators and end users.

DNS and DHCP are core enabling IP services that are mission-critical in today's enterprise networks. Without fast, reliable, and secure DNS services, broadband Internet access will be compromised. If DNS fails, Internet connectivity will fail. High-performing, resilient, secure, centrally managed DNS is a requirement.

DHCP is a core network access technology - every device must be assigned a unique address when connected to the network, a virtually impossible task to undertake manually. The number of connected users and connected devices within the organization continues to grow, as employees want to access services from any laptop, smartphone, or virtual desktop over Wi-Fi, cellular, and wired networks. Given this growth, as well as the increase in demand for network services driven by rich-media applications such as voice over IP (VoIP) and video, automating the tracking and controlling of users and devices with a high-capacity DHCP server is imperative.

With the continual deployment of new IP services and technologies and, again, the increasing number of connected users and the explosive growth in connected devices, today's complex networks also require a full-featured, automated IPAM solution. Spreadsheets and homegrown applications are inefficient, labor-intensive, and error-prone. Without a next-generation, scalable IPAM system to plan, track, and manage the full lifecycle of IP address space and ease the transition to IPv6, enterprises risk operating inefficiencies and unnecessary costs.

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