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  1. ISC scopes in IPAM are immediately deleted if subnets are removed from the DHCPD.conf file. Unlike Windows and CISCO, they do not go into a 'Not-Reachable' state.
  2. Nested Configurations are unsupported. Nested configurations such as a group within another group or a shared network, are not supported in the current ISC implementation of IPAM.

    For example, in the configuration below where the subnets/reservations of a declared group are nested in another group, the subnets will not be parsed:

       shared-network sathya {
          subnet netmask {}
          group one {
             subnet netmask{}
          group new {
             group old {
                subnet netmask{}

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