I'd like the ability to track all the IP addresses bound to the network interfaces on our servers. Inventory on our Linux servers will list each IP address in the Network Interfaces section, but it does not do this on Windows Servers. It simply lists the "primary" IP address. Is there anyway to configure the Kace 1000 to report all the additional IP addresses bound to an interface? I'd prefer not to rely on an IP Scan because we have overlapping network ranges on our VLANs.

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so if you have multiple adapters only one shows in the inventory?  It should not be like that.  I suggest a ticket.

A quick a dirty way to get the info would be a  custom inventory rule that runs and logs the ipconfig /all output in inventory.  e.g.


ShellCommandTextReturn(c:\windows\system32\ipconfig.exe /all)

Answered 10/03/2011 by: GillySpy
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Not exactly. Kace does list each NIC, but it only shows the "primary" IP address for that NIC. We have hundreds of web servers that have multiple IPs bound to their NIC. This problem only occurs on our Windows Servers. All of our Linux servers have each IP listed in the network interface section, i.e. eth0, eth0:1, eth0:2...

Answered 10/03/2011 by: rjordan
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