Cisco Prime Network Registrar contains two management components:
- Regional component,
- Web UI
- CCM Server
- Bring your own device (BYOD)
- Local component, consisting
- Web UI
- CCM server
- Authoritative Domain Name System (DNS) server
- Caching / Recursive Domain Name System (CDNS) server
- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server
- Trivial File Transport Protocol (TFTP) server
- Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) server
- RIC server
- Management of local address space, zones, scopes, DHCPv6 prefixes and links, and users
We do not recommend configuring both DNS and Caching DNS services in one server.
License management is done from the regional cluster when Cisco Prime Network Registrar is installed. You must install the regional server first and load all licenses in the regional server. When you install the local cluster, it registers with regional to obtain its license.
The regional CCM server provides central management of local clusters, with an aggregated view of DHCP address space and DNS zones. It provides management of the distributed address space, zones, scopes, DHCPv6 prefixes and links, and users.
The local CCM server provides management of the local address space, zones, scopes, DHCPv6 prefixes and links, and users.
The remainder of this chapter describes the TFTP and SNMP protocols. The CCM server, web UIs, and CLI are described in Cisco Prime Network Registrar User Interfaces. The DNS, CDNS, DHCP, and RIC servers are described in their respective sections.