1-541-955-6900

success@visp.net

Login

Documentation Series

Learn About VISP App Dashboard

Help Documentations / Equipment / IP Management (IPAM)

IP Management (IPAM)


To setup IPAM:

  1. First, click on the menu
  2. Go to your Equipment tab
  3. Click on the IP Management panel.

In the Subnets tab:

  1. Click on Add New Subnet
  2. Fill out the Network field, which contains your IP and slash notation.
  3. The Gateway field automatically populates after you enter the Network IP and subnet.
  4. Select a site or tower from the Site Location dropdown.
  5. Pick a router-type device or access controller available in the dropdown. Add a new router, if it is not yet available, and associate the device with a tower or site.
  6. Save your work when done.

The Subnet Detail panel will open.

  1. Add a New IP pool by clicking on the pencil icon in the IP pools section.
  2. If you already have the Site Location and Access Controller populated, click on the dropdown in the IP Pool(s) field, and select Add New IP Pool.
  3. Add a name or label to your IP pool range. For example, if you’re adding Public IP addresses you can include that on your label.
  4. Click on Add when done. Add more IP pools as necessary.
  5. In the edit Subnet section, click on Save.
  6. Now you’ve populated your IP Pools and subnet.

For more information about this and all other features, reach out to your VISP client success team today.

1. Assigning and Unassigning Equipment

Assigning Equipment 1. Using the Equipment Manager Open the Equipment Manager and go to the Inventory tab. Select the equipment profile you’d like to assign. On the equipment profile, search and select the equipment, then click on the “Assign to Subscriber” button….

2. Receive Inventory

Receiving inventory or a new device in VISPrequires an equipment profile. If Equipment profile is already configured, follow the steps below to receive or add new equipment into VISP: Navigate to the Equipment > Hamburger menu > Click Add Inventory In the Add…

3. Add ISP Tower or Site Location

The ISP Tower or Site Location gives you an overview of the Towers/Site that you installed with their corresponding address. Additional features include automatic calculation of revenue per site and accounting for expenses that were set. To add a Site Location or ISP…

4. IRM: Profiles and Metadata

To add a brand new site, tower, or equipment in the Infrastructure Resource Management or the IRM, you must first add a profile or template. These profiles simplify the process of adding new infrastructures and equipment, as well as collecting the metadata that…

5. Equipment Accounting Controls

Manage and control how your equipment is being handled by the software with accounting controls. To enable this feature, go to the Main Menu > Equipment > Equipment Accounting Controls and check the “Enable Equipment Management Features” checkbox. This will…

6. Inventory Locations

The Inventory Location determines where devices are stored or the type of storage that houses your equipment. This can include the warehouse or the storage unit of your suppliers. To add an inventory location, for your equipment inventory, click on the menu. Go to…

7. IRM: Add Infrastructure and Equipment

To add an infrastructure, like a site or tower, a warehouse, or even your technician’s vehicle, go to the infrastructure locations panel and click on the plus sign. Add a name to this infrastructure. Select an Infrastructure profile from the dropdown. Input the…

8. Add a Purchase Order

Before you begin, ensure that the Vendor’s information is added to the profile of the equipment you’re planning to purchase. You can verify by going to the Inventory profile of that equipment. To get there, go to the menu, click on Equipment, and select Inventory…

9. Add a Purchase Order

Before you begin, ensure that the Vendor’s information is added to the profile of the equipment you’re planning to purchase. You can verify by going to the Inventory profile of that equipment. To get there, go to the menu, click on Equipment, and select Inventory…
?