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IP Address Management. Edition No. 2. IEEE Press Series on Networks and Service Management

  • ID: 5211787
  • Book
  • March 2021
  • 640 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Rediscover fundamental and advanced topics in IPAM, DNS, DHCP and other core networking technologies with this updated one-stop reference

The thoroughly revised second edition of IP Address Management is the definitive reference for working with core IP management technologies, like address allocation, assignment, and network navigation via DNS. Accomplished professionals and authors Timothy Rooney and Michael Dooley offer readers coverage of recent IPAM developments in the world of cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), and security, as well as a comprehensive treatment of foundational concepts in IPAM.

The new edition addresses the way that IPAM needs and methods have evolved since the publication of the first edition. The book covers the impact of mainstream use of private and public cloud services, the maturation of IPv6 implementations, new DNS security approaches, and the proliferation of IoT devices. The authors have also reorganized the flow of the book, with much of the technical reference material appearing at the end and making for a smoother and simpler reading experience.

The 2nd edition of IP Address Management also covers topics like such as:

  • Discussions about the fundamentals of Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM), including IP addressing, address allocation and assignment, DHCP, and DNS
  • An examination of IPAM practices, including core processes and tasks, deployment strategies, IPAM security best-practices, and DNS security approaches
  • A treatment of IPAM in the modern context, including how to adapt to cloud computing, the Internet of Things, IPv6, and new trends in IPAM
  • A one-stop reference for IPAM topics, including IP addressing, DHCP, DNS, IPv6, and DNS security

Perfect for IP network engineers and managers, network planners, network architects, and security engineers, the second edition of IP Address Management also belongs on the bookshelves of senior undergraduate and graduate students studying in networking, information technology, and computer security-related courses and programs.

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Preface 1

Part 1: IPAM Introduction            2

Chapter 1 Introduction  3

IP Networking Overview               3

Why Manage IP space?  18

Basic IPAM Approaches 19

Chapter 2 IP Addressing 21

Internet Protocol History              21

The Internet Protocol, Take 1      21

The Internet Protocol, Take 2      28

IPv4-IPv6 co-existence   33

Chapter 3 IP Address Assignment             35

Address Planning             35

Endpoint address allocation         39

Server-based address allocation using DHCP         40

DHCP for IPv6 (DHCPv6) 43

IPv6 Address Autoconfiguration 46

Chapter 4 Navigating the Internet with DNS         51

Domain Hierarchy            51

Name Resolution             52

Zones and Domains         55

Reverse Domains             57

Additional Zones              62

Chapter 5 IPAM Technology Applications               64

DHCP Applications           64

Popular DNS Applications             72

Part 2: IPAM Mechanics 76

Chapter 6 IP Management Core Tasks     77

IPAM is Foundational     77

FCAPS Summary               79

Configuration Management        79

Network Services Configuration 96

Fault Management         97

Accounting Management             100

Performance Management         103

Security Management   105

ITIL® Process Mappings 105

Chapter 7 IPv6 Deployment         111

IPv6 Deployment Process Overview         111

IPv6 Address Plan Objectives      112

IPv4-IPv6 Co-Existence Technologies       117

Dual Stack Approach       118

Tunneling Approaches   119

Translation Approaches 124

Bump in the Host (BIH)  128

Application Migration     133

Planning Your IPv6 Deployment Process 133

Chapter 8 IPAM for the Internet of Things             135

IoT architectures              135

6LoWPAN            137

Summary             141

Chapter 9 IPAM in the Cloud       142

IPAM VNFs         142

Cloud IPAM concepts     142

Cloud Automation with APIs        146

Workflow Realization     153

Automation Scenarios    154

Summary             158

Part 3: IPAM and Security             159

Chapter 10 IPAM Services Security           160

Securing DHCP  160

DNS infrastructure Risks and Attacks       163

DNS Service Denial          164

Reflector Style Attacks   167

Authoritative Poisoning 167

Resolver Redirection Attacks       168

Securing DNS transactions            169

Last Mile Protection        174

DNS Encryption 174

Chapter 11 IPAM and Network Security 178

Securing Network Access             178

Securing the network using IPAM             183

Malware Detection using DNS    184

Other attacks that leverage DNS 189

DNS Rebinding Attack    190

Data Exfiltration                190

Advanced Persistent Threats      192

Chapter 12 IPAM and Your Internet Presence      193

IP address space integrity             193

Publicizing your public namespace           193

Signing your public namespace  195

Enhancing Internet application encryption integrity          200

Securing Email with DNS               202

Part 4: IPAM in Practice 206

Chapter 13 IPAM Use Case           207

Introduction       207

IPv4 Address Allocation 209

IPAM Worldwide’s Public IPv4 Address Space      216

IP Address Tracking         219

DNS and IP Address Management            220

Chapter 14 IPAM Deployment Strategies               223

General deployment principles for DHCP/DNS     223

DHCP Deployment          224

DNS Deployment             229

Deploying DNS Servers with Anycast Addresses  238

IPAM Deployment Summary       241

Chapter 15 The Business Case for IPAM  243

IPAM Business Benefits 243

Business Case Overview 244

Business Case Cost Basis                245

Business Case Expenses 262

Netting it Out: Business Case Results       262

Conclusion          263

Chapter 16 IPAM evolution/trends          264

Security advancements 264

Intent-based Networking             265

Artificial Intelligence applied to IPAM     266

Edge Computing               269

Identifier/Locator Networking   270

Information Centric Networking 270

Part 5: IPAM Reference 272

Chapter 17 IP Addressing Reference        273

IP Version 4        273

IP version 6         274

Chapter 18 DHCP Reference       282

DHCPv6 Protocol              282

DHCP for IPv4    293

Chapter 19 DNS Reference          306

DNS Message Format     306

Internationalized Domain Names              308

DNS Message Format     308

DNS Update Messages  314

DNS Extensions (EDNS0)               316

The DNS Resolution Process Revisited     319

DNS Resolution Privacy Extension             325

DNS Resolver Configuration        326

DNS Applications and Resource Records 327

DNS Resource Record Summary 362

Chapter 20 RFC Reference           368

IPv4 Protocol RFCs           368

IPv6 Protocol RFCs           368

IPv4/IPv6 Co-Existence RFCs       370

IP Address Management RFCs    372

DHCP Protocol RFCs        373

DHCPv6 Protocol RFCs   376

DNS Protocol RFCs           377

DNSSEC RFCs      381

Non-DNSSEC DNS Security-related RFCs 382

DNS ENUM-related RFCs              383

Management or Operational RFCs            384

Chapter 21 Glossary        385

Chapter 22 References  386

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Timothy Rooney
Michael Dooley
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