Documentation forHybrid Cloud Observability Essentialsand IP Address Manager

IP Address Manager 2022.4 Release Notes

Release date: November 22, 2022

These release notes describe the new features, improvements, and fixed issues in IP Address Manager 2022.4. They also provide information about upgrades and describe workarounds for known issues.

Contents

For more information, see the following documents:

New features and improvements in IPAM

IPAM 2022.4 is a service release and contains no new features.

IPAM 2022.4 is built on the new SolarWinds Platform and installed with the new SolarWinds Installer.

Learn more about the new SolarWinds Platform.

See also the SolarWinds Platform 2022.4 release notes.


Installation and upgrade

For information about installing IP Address Manager, see help for the SolarWinds Installer, and refer to the IPAM Getting Started Guide to learn about configuring and customizing IPAM.

You must be on IPAM 2020.2.1 or later to upgrade to IPAM 2022.4. If you are on IPAM 2020.2 or earlier, first upgrade to 2020.2.6 and then upgrade to 2022.4.

You can upgrade your entire deployment from the My Deployment page (Settings > My Deployment).

For details, see Install or upgrade SolarWinds Platform products.


End of life

For modules based on Orion Platform 2020.2.6 and earlier, SolarWinds is announcing future end-of-life plans for your convenience. As always, SolarWinds recommends you upgrade to the latest version of your products at your earliest convenience.

Version

EOL Announcements

EOE Effective Dates EOL Effective Dates
2020.2.6 April 18, 2023: End-of-Life (EoL) announcement – Customers on IPAM 2020.2.6 should begin transitioning to the latest version of IPAM. May 18, 2023: End-of-Engineering (EoE) – Service releases, bug fixes, workarounds, and service packs for IPAM 2020.2.6 will no longer be actively supported by SolarWinds. May 18, 2024: End-of-Life (EoL) – SolarWinds will no longer provide technical support for IPAM 2020.2.6.
2020.2.5 January 18, 2023: End-of-Life (EoL) announcement – Customers on IPAM 2020.2.5 should begin transitioning to the latest version of IPAM. February 17, 2023: End-of-Engineering (EoE) – Service releases, bug fixes, workarounds, and service packs for IPAM 2020.2.5 will no longer be actively supported by SolarWinds. February 17, 2024: End-of-Life (EoL) – SolarWinds will no longer provide technical support for IPAM 2020.2.5.
2020.2.4 October 19, 2022: End-of-Life (EoL) announcement – Customers on IPAM 2019.4 should begin transitioning to the latest version of IPAM. November 18, 2022: End-of-Engineering (EoE) – Service releases, bug fixes, workarounds, and service packs for IPAM 2019.4 will no longer be actively supported by SolarWinds. November 18, 2023: End-of-Life (EoL) – SolarWinds will no longer provide technical support for IPAM 2019.4.
2020.2.1 October 19, 2022: End-of-Life (EoL) announcement – Customers on IPAM 2020.2.1 should begin transitioning to the latest version of IPAM. November 18, 2022: End-of-Engineering (EoE) – Service releases, bug fixes, workarounds, and service packs for IPAM 2020.2.1 will no longer be actively supported by SolarWinds. November 18, 2023: End-of-Life (EoL) – SolarWinds will no longer provide technical support for IPAM 2020.2.1
2020.2 October 19, 2022: End-of-Life (EoL) announcement – Customers on IPAM 2020.2 should begin transitioning to the latest version of IPAM. November 18, 2022: End-of-Engineering (EoE) – Service releases, bug fixes, workarounds, and service packs for IPAM 2020.2 will no longer be actively supported by SolarWinds. November 18, 2023: End-of-Life (EoL) – SolarWinds will no longer provide technical support for IPAM 2020.2.
2019.4,
2019.4.2
July 27, 2022: End-of-Life (EoL) announcement – Customers on IPAM 2019.4 should begin transitioning to the latest version of IPAM. August 26, 2022: End-of-Engineering (EoE) – Service releases, bug fixes, workarounds, and service packs for IPAM 2019.4 will no longer be actively supported by SolarWinds. July 27, 2023: End-of-Life (EoL) – SolarWinds will no longer provide technical support for IPAM 2019.4.
4.9 July 26, 2022: End-of-Life (EoL) announcement – Customers on IPAM 4.9 should begin transitioning to the latest version of IPAM. August 25, 2022: End-of-Engineering (EoE) – Service releases, bug fixes, workarounds, and service packs for IPAM 4.9 will no longer be actively supported by SolarWinds. July 26, 2023: End-of-Life (EoL) – SolarWinds will no longer provide technical support for IPAM 4.9.

See the End of Life Policy for information about SolarWinds product lifecycle phases. For supported versions and EoL announcements for all SolarWinds products, see Currently supported software versions.


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