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 HTML5/CSS3 features.


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phpIPAM Features

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

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Migrate phpipam to new server

Here is a short guide on howto migrate phpipam to new server. Before migrating please make sure both (old and new) servers have the same phpipam code (version).

For this example we will use following assumptions, please adjust accordingly:

  • phpipam code will be in /var/www/phpipam directory
  • phpipam database name will be phpipam
  • MySQL username and password for phpipam will be phpipam / phpipampassword

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Written by MihaP on 2017/01/10 guide

Reset phpipam admin password

If you forgot or lost password for your admin account there are 2 ways you can restore it:

1.) With reset password script

Phpipam comes with php script that helps you reset your admin password in case you have forgotten it. Script is located in functions/scripts directory, script name is reset-admin-password.php. Just run it and follow instructions:

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Written by MihaP on 2017/01/10 guide

phpIPAM installation on CentOS 7

Here is a full guide on how to install phpIPAM on CentOS 7. This should work on all RHEL based distributuons. For this guide I used competely fresh install of CentOS 7, we will do step by step guide for all applications neede for phpIPAM to run.

I used the following assumptions:

  • No software is installed on server (Apache, MySQL, php)
  • Database and apache server will run on same machine
  • phpipam will run in server root directory (will be accessible via http://ip_address/), no vhosts
  • Prettified links will be used
  • Only bare minimum configuration will be done

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Written by MihaP on 2017/01/05 guide

Example API calls using CURL

Here is a short guide on how to create API calls using CURL for a reference. Result will be presented as json and in debug mode.

Enable API and create new API key

Go to settings in phpipam GUI and enable API module, than go to settings > API and create new API App, set all APP params as desired for you APP.

Authentication First we need to authenticate to API server by providing username/password from some valid phpipam account to receive token: ... Read more

Written by MihaP on 2017/01/02 guide api

phpIPAM API clients

To simplify API calls etc. I created a separate GitHub repository to have a collection of phpipam API clients for different languages etc. If you created a client and want to share it head over to and share yours !

To start I created a php class to work as API client, now available in repo in php-client folder: ... Read more

Written by MihaP on 2016/07/22 guide news api