phpipam – Open source IP address management

phpipam is an open-source web IP address management application (IPAM). Its goal is to provide light, modern and useful IP address management. It is php-based application with MySQL database backend, using jQuery libraries, ajax and some HTML5/CSS3 features.


Browse phpipam documentation


Browse phpipam documentation


Screenshots from latest release

Screenshots from latest release

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It's free :)

Download phpipam

Download phpipam

phpipam features

  • IPv4/IPv6 IP address management
  • Section / Subnet management
  • Automatic free space display for subnets
  • Visual subnet display
  • Automatic subnet scanning for new hosts
  • Automatic status checks
  • Changelogs
  • Domain authentication (AD, LDAP)
  • Per-group section/subnet permissions
  • Device / device types management
  • RIPE subnets import
  • XLS / CVS subnets import
  • IP request module
  • API
  • VLAN management
  • VRF management
  • IPv4 / IPv6 calculator
  • IP database search
  • E-mail notifications
  • Custom fields support
  • Translations

And more features not listed. Download your copy of phpipam and test drive it yourself !

Latest news

phpipam on Synology

November 5th, 2015|

I have received some requests for running phpipam on synology, I personally don’t use it, but if you do you will find this useful.

Apparently the problem is in missing GMP […]

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phpipam 1.2 beta1 testers needed

October 12th, 2015|

Hi all,

first beta version of phpipam 1.2 is available for download on Github:

phpipam 1.2 beta 1

If you have time help us squash some bugs before final release, focus is on […]

SElinux policy for icmp checks

March 23rd, 2015|

Many issues reported with scanning subnets and updating host statuses are related to SElinux being enabled. So far the solution was to completely disable SElinux, but this was more workaround […]

Using custom fields in phpipam

February 24th, 2015|

phpipam has support for creating custom fields to be used in address, subnets, vlans, devices and users tables. This is useful when you need to add some custom data to your […]

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