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Simplifying IP Address Management and the Transition to IPv6

July 12, 2011 - 0 Comments

Contributed by David Flesh, Sr Manager, Product Marketing, Cisco Network Management Technology Group

With the growth in connected devices and the imminent transition from IPv4 to IPv6, managing IP address has become increasingly critical and complex. Organizations can no longer rely on spreadsheets to track IP address allocations. What is required is the ability to discover IP addresses and proactively manage their allocation, both to optimize IPv4 addresses and plan for the move to IPv6. Cisco Prime Network Registrar provides manageability, flexibility, control and visibility into the network – to simplify IP address management and ease the transition to IPv6.

Cisco Live!

We are showing a preview of Cisco Prime Network Registrar at Cisco Live. Please visit us in both the Enterprisebooth (Booth # 1349) and in Service Provider booth (Booth # 1183) to learn about the new capabilities of this new solution. Both booths will be running a limited demo of Cisco Prime Network Registrar to highlight some of the great new IPAM functionality.
Join us Wednesday for a session on Network Registrar including a customer case study from IBBS. IBBS have used Network Registrar to help build a managed services business that supports over 250 service providers.

Session 2 (BRKCDN-1108): This session will include our customer IBBS
Wednesday, July 13, from 9:00-10:00 AM
Lagoon J Mandalay Bay.

If you are unable attend in person, you can access the presentation materials on Cisco Live Virtual and download other Cisco Prime Network Registrar product information.

We look forward to seeing you!

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