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Specify an IP address range (IPv4)

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Updated: April 10, 2017

Use these steps to discover nodes within an IP address range:

  1. Click the IP Ranges tab.
  2. Enter the Start Address and End Address for a contiguous range of IP addresses.
  3. To add additional ranges, click Add, and then specify the range.
  4. To discover these IP ranges, click Next.
  5. To specify other devices by subnets or a seed device, or as a free-form set of hostnames and addresses (in either IPv4 or IPv6 networks), click the Subnets or Free-form IPs tab.
  6. To create a Do Not Scan list of devices within the ranges you have defined, click Do-Not-Scan List.
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