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Abiquo 4.7

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To create new IP addresses in a private network do these steps.

  1. Go to Virtual datacenters → optionally select a virtual datacenter
  2. Go to NetworksPrivate → select a private network
  3. Click the Add + button in the top right-hand corner of the Private IPs page and enter details

Or you can add an IP directly to a VM. To do this:

  1. Go to Virtual datacenters → edit VM → Network
  2. Click the Add + button and enter details (or drag the Auto-generated IP label into the Network pane)

Enter the Number of IPs to create and the From IP address (the first in the range). The first IP address must be a new address that does not already exist in the network. After creating the first IP address, the platform will try to create the other IPs and it will skip any existing IP addresses. 

For example, if you have IP addresses in network 30.30.30.30, which are 30, 33, and 34 and then you request 3 new IPs from 30.30.30.31. The new IPs created should be as follows: 31, 32, 35. 
IP Addresses
30.30.30.30
30.30.30.31
30.30.30.32
30.30.30.33
30.30.30.34
30.30.30.35
 Click here to show/hide IPv6 details

When you add IPv6 addresses on strict networks, you don't need to set the starting address.

On non-strict IPv6 networks, Abiquo recommends that you create an automatic IP address, or you can enter a From IP address manually as shown here.


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