So we all know how to export one subnet in Infoblox using the GUI. Super easy using the export button. If you want to export all addresses in a container, well thats a different story and not so easy.
My first approach, which was a failure due to the limit of 500 records, was to do a search for anything starting with 10.45. which worked up to 500 records so that’s not going to work since a possibility of 65k records in a class B.
Next step is to download this file which was created b
Here are some “notes” on adding Network Insight to an existing GRID.
2 Infoblox provided files (.ovf and a .vmdk file)
VMWare access to deploy an OVF
IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP Address
FQDN to assign to Member
SNMP Community Strings
ACL’s to include the IP Address that you assign to the Discovery member
INSTRUCTIONS for INFOBLOX Part 1
Log into your Infoblox Grid Master to add the new vND-800 member
I get the request all the time from other teams or application owners or security or someone that needs a large export from Infoblox. If its as simple as a domain, you browse to the domain and click export to CSV but if its multiple domains, sub-domains, networks, etc.. that's more difficult.
In this example I had to export all our dns domains and records.
Data Management - IPAM
On the right in the toolbar click on CSV Job Manager
Click the CSV Export on the left
Ran into an issue with a security audit being performed found that our NetMRI appliance has TFTP open and thats just no good so here is how you disable TFTP (block) since there is no way to turn off TFTP in NetMRI
The attached diagnostics allow you to update the NetMRI appliance IP Tables (firewall) configuration to Reject and Accept tftp traffic.
The diagnostics can be applied using the "diag <filename.gpg>" command from the NetMRI admin shell.
Here are some examples
Create a network
To create networks, use a POST request:
curl -k1 -u admin:testpw -X POST https://192.168.1.2/wapi/v2.11.2/network \ -d network=10.1.0.0/16
The server returns a reference of the created network:
To create another network, send another POST request:
curl -k1 -u admin:testpw -X POST https://192.168.1.2/wapi/v2.11.2/network \ -d network=10.2.0.0/16
Read a network