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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on Jul 13, 2016

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In IPAM, network components are represented by colored icons indicating the extent to which each component is used, as shown in the following table.

Icon

Component

Status

Status Description

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Group

Used (Closed)

The group is closed, but it contains at least one other component (group, subnet, or supernet).

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Group

Used (Opened)

The group is open, and it contains at least one other component (group, subnet, or supernet).

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Grey

IP Address

Available

All addresses in defined groups, subnets, and supernets are, by default, considered Available unless they are typically reserved, as in the case of the network and broadcast addresses, or until they are otherwise assigned.

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Purple

IP Address

Reserved

Typically, in subnets defined to contain more than 2 IP addresses, the smallest address the network address identifies the subnet to the rest of the network and the largest address the broadcast address is used to communicate to all addresses within the subnet. Both addresses are considered to be Reserved for a defined subnet.

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Cyan

IP Address

Transient

Addresses that are dynamically assigned to devices that may power on and off regularly or that may enter and exit the network frequently are designated as Transient.

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Yellow

IP Address

Used

Any address currently assigned to a monitored device is considered Used.

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Red

Subnet

Critical

At least 80 percent of all possible addresses in the subnet are designated as Used.

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Yellow

Subnet

Warning

60 to 80 percent of all possible addresses in the subnet are designated as Used.

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Green

Subnet

Good

Less than 60 percent of all possible subnet addresses are designated as Used.

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Red

Supernet

Critical

At least 80 percent of all possible addresses in the supernet are designated as Used.

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Yellow

Supernet

Warning

60 to 80 percent of all possible addresses in the supernet are designated as Used.

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Green

Supernet

Good

Less than 60 percent of all possible addresses in the supernet are designated as Used.

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Red

DHCP Scope

Critical

At least 80 percent of all possible addresses in the Scope are designated as Used.

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Yellow

DHCP Scope

Warning

60 to 80 percent of all possible addresses in the Scope are designated as Used.

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Green

DHCP Scope

Good

Less than 60 percent of all possible addresses in the Scope are designated as Used.

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Disabled

DHCP Scope

Disabled

DHCP scope is currently disabled.

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Unreachable

DHCP Scope/Zone

Unreachable

DNS Scope/Zone is unreachable.

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