Please note that it is your responsibility to check the licensing terms of any software you download. We have not tried all of these; many of them have simply been added on the suggestion of some of our users, so we can’t make any specific claims about suitability or quality.
We welcome notifications for additions, deletions, or broken links; please let us know if something we are linking to is inaccurate. Send any suggestions or corrections to web-request at isc dot org. We also have a separately-maintained list of open source hook libraries for Kea on a Gitlab wiki page.
Stork This is a graphical web-based dashboard for Kea. It monitors server status, pool utilization, high-availability status and includes a simple log viewer. Stork is open source, from ISC, and is available in tarballs or packages. Stork includes a Prometheus exporter and Grafana template.
Systemd Init Script In ISC’s gitlab you can find this contributed patch for systemd for use with Kea, developed by Rasmus Edgar Jørgensen. “Systemd handles the daemonization and actually seems to be a perfect fit for how Kea services behave atm.”
DHCPlb - Load Balancer Engineers at Facebook wrote this dhcpv4/v6 load balancer to use with the Kea DHCP server as an anycasted DHCP service.
Kea “Run Script” Hook - newer one This a hook for the Kea DHCP server that allows to run an external script at various points in the processing of DHCP requests and responses. From Zorun on Github.
Kea “Run Script” Hook This generic hook will call an external script at any/all of the hook points supported by Kea. Written by Baptiste Jonglez.
Integrate Kea with Netbox This blog post explains how to import available addresses from Netbox into Kea. Written by Michael Schwartzkopff.
Kea-telegraf-stats A script that re-formats the statistics output from the kea API into a telegraf-friendly format
Kea memfile-database Importer A script to make it easy to migrate from a csv-backed kea to a database-backed kea. From Munroe Sollog
Splunk-enterprise-addon-for-Kea Developed by Mikael Bjerkeland.
DHCP Probe DHCP Probe attempts to discover DHCP and BootP servers on a directly attached Ethernet network. A network administrator can use this tool to locate unauthorized DHCP and BootP servers.
ISC Forge This is an open source validation environment for fully automated validation of DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 protocols compliance using Python, Lettuce, and Scapy.
Kea Prometheus Exporter Exports Kea metrics in the Prometheus Exposition Format.
An excellent article posted on the Internet Society website, IPv6 Address Planning: Guidelines for IPv6 Address Allocation, by Tim Rooney