DNS and DHCP Activity Monitor 2.1.5
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DNS and DHCP Activity Monitor 2.1.5 is developed to be an interesting as well as helpful tool which allows network administrators to gain visibility of core DDI services by efficiently collecting DNS and DHCP activity and presenting the information within an intuitive web-based user interface.
A number of built-in reports provide details such as the busiest DNS or DHCP clients, the most common DNS lookups, and DNS or DHCP server throughput. Especially useful are the garbage collection reports; a series of reports that identify which DNS resource records within a zone file are NOT being queried, or which DHCP scopes within a DHCP configuration are not being used. These will help administrators identify junk that can be removed from the DNS/DHCP configurations, thus improving efficiency.
Reports can be run on-demand or scheduled to run at regular intervals (e.g. produce a report at 8am every Monday morning listing the most common DNS lookup the previous week).
Recent DNS and DHCP activity can be searched within the GUI to help troubleshoot specific issues, and alerts can be configured that are triggered whenever a certain condition is met, i.e. a specific DNS query is seen (e.g. version.bind), or the DNS/DHCP packet rate increases by an abnormal amount (eg. DDoS attack).
DNS and DHCP activity can be archived for long periods by regularly uploading the collected data to a FTP/SFTP server. Additionally the data can be formatted so that it can be uploaded into a 3rd party solution, such as a SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) product in order to complement other network related information.
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