Monthly Archive: December 2016

Configure networking with Powershell

    Since Windows Server 2012 some interesting commands have been added that allow us to configure elements related to networking with Powershell. There are a couple of modules with which we can manage network adapters from the hardware level, set or reset things like IP addresses or DNS servers, receive information in a detailed view and…
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Install and set up IPAM

    In this post I will cover how to install and set up IPAM. In my test infrastructure I am using only 1 IPAM server for the whole infrastructure.     Install IPAM     The actual installation is very simple. You just need to open Server Manager, go to install roles and features and advance…
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Set up IPAM test lab

    In this post I will cover the infrastructure that I put together in order to create an IPAM test lab. This is only to try out some of the more simple things that this feature has. More VMs can be added if you want to expand your testing.     In short…
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IPAM Introduction

    IPAM or IP Address Management is a solution introduced by Microsoft to Windows Server starting with 2012 which lets administrators manage their DHCP and DNS servers from a single console. Now that is a very simple explanation of the concept; IPAM can do a little more than just manage the servers…
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