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Hello everyone, I just want to hear from anybody who are working as network administrators. How do you manage static IP addresses in an organization? ...

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    Hello everyone,

    I just want to hear from anybody who are working as network administrators. How do you manage static IP addresses in an organization? How do you avoid users (or would-be users) stealing other static IP addresses which are configured with privileges, say, Internet connection? How would you detect / manage static IP addresses to avoid any conflicts in the network?

    Your opinion will be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Managing Static IP Addresses

    dhcp ang public then assign via mac address ang static. file server for sharing no sharing in local desktop..
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazkot View Post
    dhcp ang public then assign via mac address ang static. file server for sharing no sharing in local desktop..
    Sakto gyud

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    public ip address i-reserve ra jud para sa ga-kinahanglan ug internet connections sama sa mga servers, wan connections, etc... ang mga users i-private ip via dhcp server lang tanan unya limited sa user account, kadtong naay special privilege to access internet pa-agion ug proxy, then ang mga static ip inside the network i-exclude sa dhcp pool ang ilang ip address. if naay server nga naka private ip unya need ma-access sa public i-define nalang sa Layer4.

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    this is just on the user level. im aware of assigning static IP addresses to servers. this is about managing static IP addresses, not replacing on what the organization already have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I just want to hear from anybody who are working as network administrators. How do you manage static IP addresses in an organization? How do you avoid users (or would-be users) stealing other static IP addresses which are configured with privileges, say, Internet connection? How would you detect / manage static IP addresses to avoid any conflicts in the network?

    Your opinion will be greatly appreciated.
    Pila ka user atong gihisgotan ani TS?

    Tangtangi ug mg privileges ang mga static IP addresses nga wala gigamit. Unya ra siya butangi ug privileges kung naa nay mogamit.

    Para dili ma-conflict sa network, i guess you need to create user profiles sa kada computer para walay ADMINISTRATIVE access. Bottom line dili nila ma-usab ang network config. Walay conflict. Pero efficient ra ni siya sa gamay nga network which I assume gamay ra inyo users kay ngano ingon ana man ang setup sa inyong network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slkmclaren View Post
    Pila ka user atong gihisgotan ani TS?

    Tangtangi ug mg privileges ang mga static IP addresses nga wala gigamit. Unya ra siya butangi ug privileges kung naa nay mogamit.

    Para dili ma-conflict sa network, i guess you need to create user profiles sa kada computer para walay ADMINISTRATIVE access. Bottom line dili nila ma-usab ang network config. Walay conflict. Pero efficient ra ni siya sa gamay nga network which I assume gamay ra inyo users kay ngano ingon ana man ang setup sa inyong network.

    sakto para dili na ka boot2x ug set ug static IP ang user..dili nila magamit tong IP addresses nga naay privilege..restricted sila manghilabot sa IP settings sa pc..

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    masdali kung via IP range imo setup like 1-20 servers, 21 -100 for net allowed, 101 - 250 local only then set sa imo router.

    or

    buhat ug router/gateway/proxy server(untangle,pfsense, etc..) or palit ug appliance then manual nimo manage each IP kung dili madala sa imo current router ug di ka ganahan mag change sa current setup.

    one way or the other imo gyud na hilabtan ang current setup kung d sya systematic pag ka setup.

    daily check sa logs then IR dayon kung na-a magtugatuga ug access.. Zero tolerance ang pag break sa rules net usage..

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    Default Re: Managing Static IP Addresses

    brod nara na sa features imong manage nga switch, kong reserve na nimo nga macc address for static, di nana siya ka internet kong iyang ilisan brod. pero kong kamao pud ang imong mga member sa network, ma hack gehapon na gud, kay naa naman tay daghan software gud karon, daghan naman kaayo pama agi para kalusot.

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