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Importing IP address into existing addresses

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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on Jul 14, 2016

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Select a subnet to import into (open subnet and then click on import), which will be shown on page where you are picking the file. 

Restrict changes to this subnet:

If you restrict changes only to one subnet, other IP addresses outside the subnet range will be ignored.

You may see a Validation Problems page displayed when there is an issue with the imported file. You can review the information in the grid and also export the errors and correct them in a separate file.

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