University of West Georgia: Fast IP address management at a fraction of the effort

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IPControl™ from BT Diamond IP has transformational effect on IP address management at the University

Accomplishing tasks in minutes rather than days

The process for managing IP address allocation at the University of West Georgia was cumbersome and complex. Involving five different groups of people, just getting one new IP address allocated could take four days.

Rob Yawn formed an innovation team to find a tool to help simplify and speed the process, while improving accountability. IPControl™ from BT Diamond IP emerged as the solution of choice. Now IP address allocation is accomplished in just four minutes. That’s great for Rob, while the university can offer swifter student services and faces less business risk.


University of West GeorgiaIPControl is absolutely brilliant. We now have clear accountability and faster processes. If I had to do it over, I’d choose BT without even thinking about it.”
– Rob Yawn, Network Manager, University of West Georgia

Fast Facts


  • Need to better manage IP addressing for around 120 networks and applications
  • IPControl from BT Diamond IP selected to manage over 65,000 addresses
  • Three-phase deployment transformed IP address management
  • Improved control and accountability and streamlined processes
  • Tasks that took up to four days now take four minutes


Leverage BT expertise

BT Diamond IP delivers flexible and scalable IP address management (IPAM) appliances, software and managed services to help customers manage complex IP networks.

Manage the complete IP address lifecycle

The University of West Georgia chose a hybrid solution with one virtual and one physical Sapphire server.

Always there for advice and guidance

During the evaluation process BT provided trial software and guided the university through a discovery phase. Assistance with the business case helped secure the necessary funding.

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