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Exporting IP addresses and settings

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Orion IPAM also allows you to export IP addresses and settings, including any custom fields you have defined subnet properties, friendly names, mask, CIDR, as Microsoft Excel (.xls and .csv) files.

The following procedure exports IP addresses and Subnets from the Orion IPAM table of your Orion database as columns in a new spreadsheet.

To export IP addresses and settings from Orion IPAM:

  1. Click IP Address Manager in the Menu bar.
  2. Click Manage Subnets & IP Addresses.
  3. If you want to export an entire group, click the parent group of the group you want to export in the network organization pane on the left, and then check the group in the Network View on the right.
  4. If you want to export an entire supernet, click a parent group or supernet of the supernet you want to export in the network organization pane on the left, and then check the supernets in the Network View on the right.

    Before IPAM can export any supernet, the supernet must be populated with at least one defined subnet.

  5. If you want to export an entire subnet, click a parent group or supernet of the subnet you want to export in the network organization pane on the left, and then check the subnets in the Network View on the right.
  6. If you want to export IP addresses, click the parent subnet of the IP address you want to export in the network organization pane on the left, and then check the IP addresses to export in the Network View on the right.
  7. Click Export in the toolbar.
  8. Check the columns you want to export.

    The IPv4 Address column is selected automatically, and it becomes the first column in the generated spreadsheet. Each additional setting or property you check becomes an additional column in the generated spreadsheet.

  9. Click Export.
  10. When you are prompted to open or save the file, click Save.
  11. Provide an appropriate file name and location for the generated spreadsheet, and click Save.
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