IP management, also known as IP address management, refers to the process of managing the allocation, tracking, and maintenance of IP addresses within a network. IP addresses are unique identifiers assigned to devices on a network, and managing them is important for maintaining network stability and security.
IP management involves a range of tasks, including assigning IP addresses to new devices, tracking IP address usage, identifying and resolving conflicts, and managing the allocation of IP address blocks.
IP management tools are available to help organizations automate these tasks and streamline the IP address management process. These tools can provide features such as IP address discovery, DNS management, DHCP management, IP address tracking, and reporting.
Effective IP management can help organizations optimize network performance, reduce downtime, and improve security. It can also help ensure that IP addresses are used efficiently, reducing the need for additional IP address space and minimizing costs.