DHCP server with low manual workload
AVSystem DHCP dynamically assigns and distributes IP addresses on the basis of individual rules and requirements in ISP-grade computer network.
Seamless IP addresses assignment
Configure the hosts in your network to connect them to all necessary resources without taking any manual actions.
Static and dynamic IP allocation
AVSystem DHCP enables both dynamic assignment and reuse of IP addresses. It allows for a reservation and permanent address assignment to the particular clients.
Rule-based dynamic configuration
DHCP Server permits dynamic, rule-based decisions about both IP addresses’ allocation as well as presence and values of additional configuration parameters. This allows to configure services instead of just configuring the devices. Among others, the following operations are possible – assigning addresses on the basis of logical/geographical location, , transfer of line identifiers to address services and networks components or delayed binding between hardware and provided services.
Support for various services
Dynamic declaration of system configuration enables support of true heterogeneous networks. Various infrastructures such as DSLAMs, CMTs, OLTs, enterprise access points, home gateways or servers can be simultaneously enabled, assigned with addresses and connected with other network components related to their service.
Injection of bootstrap data
Injection of bootstrap data allows administrators to convey additional bootstrap data to individual devices which were already located in the field.
Decrease everyday workload
AVSystem DHCP decreases a workload related to network segmentation and manual IP address assignment. This allows your network administrators to reduce time they normally spend on maintenance activities, thus allowing them to fully focus on service creation and generation of new revenue streams.
Improve utilization of IP addresses
Improve the utilization of pools owned by service providers by implementing dynamic and shared usage of IP addresses. Lower requirements for a total size of IP pools enable smaller carriers to operate in an IP-depleted environment.
Migrate to IPv6
Your clients’ base, with nearly depleted IPv4 address pools, can be easily migrated to an emerging IPv6 domain. Slow and evolutionary migration is possible thanks to dynamic and rule-based allocation of addresses.
Benefit from initial bootstrap
Lower the manual workload of network administrators and remove service availability delays which can influence the end users. AVSystem DHCP Server enables initial bootstrapping of networking component by transition of various parameters needed for a service configuration.
|IP versions||IPv4, IPv6|
|Supported standards||RFC 951, RFC 1531, RFC 1541, RFC 2131, RFC 3315, RFC 3633, RFC 3736, RFC 2132|
|Operation modes||DHCP server, DHCP relay|
|Administrative interfaces||HTTP-based UI, SSH, config files|
|Type of configuration||Workflow driven dynamic declarations|
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