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DHCP -- IP address history ?

Posted on 2015-01-14
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I can look into my Windows 2003 DHCP
server's C:\....\system32\dhcp\DhcpSrvLog.xxx
to find out who had IP address 192.168.24.55
five days ago

What software can I get to keep
a 90 day history of IP assignments ?
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I do not believe there is any software that tracks that.  But it shouldn't be too hard to run a script that will import the DHCP log file into a database if you really want to go back that far.
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