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2_x:datamodel:ip-ranges [2018/11/02 15:06]
cnaud [Other actions]
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cnaud [Display an IP Range]
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 | Contacts | All the contacts for this IP Object | | Contacts | All the contacts for this IP Object |
 | Documents | All the documents linked to this IP Object | | Documents | All the documents linked to this IP Object |
 +| DHCP Servers | List of DHCP servers attached to the range (see note) | 
 +| Notifications | List of related notifications - Present if a notification trigger exists for that class |
 | Registered IPs | IP addresses belonging to the IP range| | Registered IPs | IP addresses belonging to the IP range|
 +| History | History of all changes made to the IP range |
  
 +<note> 
 +That tab is only visible on ranges that are flagged as DHCP ones. Each server listed in that tab may have a specific role: Active, Primary, Secundary, Single or Split Scope. CIs listed in that tab can be if class **Server** or **Virtual Machine**. 
 +</note>
 ==== Listing IP Ranges ==== ==== Listing IP Ranges ====
 The IP Ranges shortcuts of the IP Management module on the explorer menu display all the IPv4 or IPv6 Ranges of the selected organization or all IPv4 or IPv6 ranges if no organization is selected. The IP Ranges shortcuts of the IP Management module on the explorer menu display all the IPv4 or IPv6 Ranges of the selected organization or all IPv4 or IPv6 ranges if no organization is selected.
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 +==== Display an IP Range ====
 +From the list of ranges, select the one you'd like to consider. DHCP ranges may be associated to DHCP servers (of class Server or Virtual Machine):
 +
 +
 +{{ classdetails_ipv4range.png }}
 +
 +<note>
 +When linking a server to a DHCP range, you may specify its role: Active, Primary, Secundary, Single or Split Scope.
 +</note>
 ==== Modify an IP Range ==== ==== Modify an IP Range ====
 From the detailed view of an IP Range, click on the “Modify” button. From the detailed view of an IP Range, click on the “Modify” button.
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 Next to the attributes of an IP address, additional information fields are exported with each IP address: Next to the attributes of an IP address, additional information fields are exported with each IP address:
  
-^  Field ^  Possible values ^  Comment  ^+^  Field  ^  Possible values  ^  Comment  ^
 | Registered | yes / no | True if registered in data base | | Registered | yes / no | True if registered in data base |
 | Id | Number | Id of object in data base | | Id | Number | Id of object in data base |
2_x/datamodel/ip-ranges.1541167613.txt.gz · Last modified: 2018/11/02 15:06 by cnaud