With Pete Newcomb & Jim Brown
Welcome to the Cisco Support Community Ask the Expert conversation. Learn from experts Peter Newcomb and Jim Brown about Cisco Prime Network Registrar, Cisco's industry leading solution for integrated DNS, DHCP and IP address management (IPAM) services for both IPv4 and IPv6.
Pete Newcomb is a technical marketing engineer in Cisco's Network Management and Technology Group and has over 30 years of experience in the voice and data communications industry, including sales support and product engineering support with several companies. His design and development background includes wireless services, switching, routing, TCP/IP, Frame Relay, X.25, telephony services, risk management, and network security.
Jim Brown is a customer support engineer in Cisco's Network Management and Technology Group. He has over 35 years of experience in development engineering and customer service, real-time and fault tolerant operating systems, and network management for the telecommunications and software industries. For the last 14 years he has been with the Network Registrar Development Team, interfacing with Customer Service and directly with customers in problem solving.
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Hi Pete and Jim
I wonder if Network Registrar supports Failover. If so, what's the best way to configure it?
Network Registrar certianly does support the DHCP Failover protocol. We always suggest using
Simple Failover for which the configuration instructions are available here;
I have a simple question. Does Cisco Prime Network Registrar support IPv6? If so, how do I configure the addresses pools? I currently use regular CNR for the addressing for my cable modems in a cable network and I want to migrate to cisco prime. Is this possible? Do you have any referrence I can review on how to do this?
Absolutely, Prime CNR supports IPv6 since CNR 6.x versions...
For IPv6 configuration instructions on latest versions of CPNR you should start here;
I would like to ask how can I register local Prime CNR to regional Prime CNR? what is the default SCP port to register as I am not able to register from local Prime CNR to regional prime CNR?
I would like to ask if the CNR can map IP address with users in tue activce directory? is there integration with active directory?