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BloxOne DDI – October 24, 2019

New Features

  • Automated DHCP Scope Management

The Automated DHCP Scope Management feature provides a number of enhancements to monitor and manage DHCP scopes. The feature allows you to set thresholds for DHCP ranges that will trigger configuration suggestions (e.g. proactively expanding ranges or subnets) to avoid issues associated with lack of available IP addresses.

This feature forms a basis for future enhancements in the variety and quality of configuration suggestions that the product will make using predicative algorithms and machine learning

  • Anycast Support for On-Prem DNS

This release of BloxOne Cloud introduces Anycast Synchronization Service between Anycast service and DNS service. Synchronization monitoring occurs on any DNS service to which the Anycast address is installed, enabled, or is functioning on port 53 and tied to the DNS service. In the event of co-deployment of multiple DNS services where ephemeral ports are used, connectivity is monitored between all hosts and Anycast service.

  • Coexistence of BloxOne DDI and DNS Forwarding Proxy

You can now deploy both the DNS forwarding proxy and BloxOne DDI DNS services on the same on-prem host when you have both the BloxOne Threat Defense and BloxOne DDI subscriptions.

  • DHCP Exclusion Range Support

This release of BloxOne Cloud introduces the ability to create a DHCP exclusion range within an existing DHCP range.  A DHCP exclusion range is a specified range of IP addresses residing within a DHCP range. IP addresses residing within the exclusion range are excluded from the pool of available IP addresses and are un-leasable. The DHCP server is prevented from assigning IP addresses within the exclusion range to network devices.

  • BloxOne DDI Licensing Tiers

This BloxOne DDI release introduces new licensing tiers. Each tier defines the features that are available to users. The new licensing tiers are as follows: Essentials, CA, Business, and Advanced. All existing users are converted to the CA licensing tier.

  • DHCP4 Fingerprint Enhancement

This release adds the "contains" operator for vendor class option (option 60)  in the DHCP fingerprint match rules. When you select "contains" as the operator and enter a value, BloxOne DDI matches all vendor IDs that contain the value you entered.

  • IPAM Visualization Improvement

The information panel in the IPAM view has been enhanced to display information about IP addresses that have been dynamically and statically provisioned.

BloxOne DDI – October 1, 2019

New Features

  • Role-Based Access Control


BloxOne DDI – August 3, 2019

New Features

  • DHCP Fingerprints

This release of BloxOne DDI utilizes DHCP fingerprint detection to identify IPv4 mobile devices such as laptop computers, tablets, and smart phones, on your network. Using DHCP fingerprint detection is an efficient way to perform system identification. You can use DHCP fingerprint detection to track devices on your network and plan for future growth by accessing trending information such as the number of Apple iPhones versus that of Android phones that are on your network.


BloxOne DDI – July 13, 2019

New Features

  • On-Prem Host Management

This release of BloxOne DDI introduces ZTP (Zero Touch Provisioning) that streamlines the deployment of on-prem hosts. You no longer need to pre-provision or create on-prem hosts and copy API keys through the Cloud Services Portal while deploying BloxOne appliances. BloxOne DDI now automatically detects the BloxOne physical appliances that you purchase through Infoblox. It also uses a secure join token mechanism to authenticate and deploy virtual appliances that you configure in your VM environments.


BloxOne DDI – February 28, 2019

New Features

  • Support for Virtual Appliances