TCPWave's DHCP Management

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network protocol by which IP Addresses get automatically assigned to a network. By deploying DHCP across the campus and branch networks, a desktop or a VoIP(Voice over IP) administrator need not set up each device. When a laptop, desktop, printer, or phone connects to the network, it automatically obtains an IP address. The DHCP infrastructure, managed by the TCPWave DDI controller, is responsible for getting the broadcast requests from all the devices that need an IP address. The TCPWave DDI controller can manage the TCPWave DHCP remotes and the Microsoft DHCP remotes.

TCPWave DHCP Appliance
Microsoft DHCP Appliance

The TCPWave IPAM is a feature-rich and future-ready DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (DDI) system with built-in intelligent technologies, including encrypted messaging, responsive consumer-grade UX, machine learning, and advanced analytics. It transforms network services with intelligent automation and runs on modern Java. TCPWave enables real-time processing for thousands of DDI changes with a dramatically simplified data model. It can be deployed on-premise, in the public/private cloud, or in a hybrid deployment model. The ability to rapidly deploy and provision the TCPWave DNS remotes across various platforms and orchestrators is where customers see a value add that is unsurpassed in the industry.