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Infoblox provides several reporting appliances to address different reporting requirements. Table 40.3 lists the supported Trinzic Reporting platforms based on IP capacities and average DHCP leases and DNS queries per second. There will be an impact on the performance of your reporting server when you perform many searches, download PDF reports, and send reports through emails and alerts. It is important to consider the reporting server configuration and make sure that it can handle the overall workload. A reporting appliance uses up to 95% of the total reporting disk space. The usable hard disk space on different appliance models is shown in Table 40.2.

Table 40.2 Infoblox Reporting Appliances and their Usable Reporting Hard Disk Space


Enterprise Model


Supported Infoblox Model

Reporting Hard Disk Space

Usable Reporting Hard Disk Space (GB)


Daily Maximum Data Consumption*

Trinzic Reporting 5005 Appliance (User-configurable)

IB-V5005

User-defined hard disk space

User-defined hard disk space


Very Large enterprises Service providers - Trinzic Reporting 4000 Appliance

IB-4000 (8x300GB HDD)

1555 GB

1477

20 GB


IB-VM-4000

1500 GB

1477

20 GB

Large enterprises
Service providers - Trinzic Reporting 2000 Appliance

IB-2205

2400 GB

1657

10 GB


IB-2200-R2 (1000GB HDD)

1745 GB

1657

10 GB


IB-2200-R1 (600GB HDD)

924 GB

877

10 GB

Mid-size Enterprises - Trinzic Reporting 1400 Appliance

IB-1405

1200 GB

1140

5 GB


IB-1400-R2 (1000GB HDD)

833 GB

791

5 GB


IB-1400-R1 (600GB HDD)

468 GB

444

5 GB


IB-VM-1400

500 GB

475

5 GB

Mid-size Enterprises - Trinzic Reporting 800 Appliance

IB-805

1000 GB

950

5 GB


IB-800

378 GB

359

2 GB


IB-800

378 GB

359

1 GB


IB-VM-800

250 GB

237

2 GB


IB-VM-800

250 GB

237

1GB

Mid-size Enterprises - Trinzic Reporting VM-800 (virtual appliance) Hyper-V**

IB-VM-800 Hyper-V**

250 GB

237

2 GB


IB-VM-800 Hyper-V**

250 GB

237

1 GB

Note

The daily maximum data consumption includes all DNS, DDNS, IPAM, DHCP, Discovery, and system traffic or events from all members with data transmission enabled within the Grid. When data traffic exceeds the daily maximum, the reporting server sends an SNMP trap and email notification, if configured. After five (5) daily maximum warnings in a rolling period of 30 days, you cannot perform any reporting related functions. You must then contact Infoblox Technical Support to resolve the issue. Note that the reporting server continues to process incoming data during the violation state. However, you cannot view any reports or manage any reporting related functions until you fix the violation issue.

**support for Reporting appliance models IB-VM-800, IB-VM-1400 starts from Microsoft Windows 2012 R2. Appliance model IB-VM-800 and IB-VM-1400 (Reporting) is supported for Microsoft Windows 2012 R2.


For information about the Trinzic Reporting platforms, their specifications, and how to install them as reporting appliances, refer to the respective installation guides, available on the Infoblox Support site.

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