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Create a subnet group

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Updated: June 1, 2017

Grouping subnets helps you better organize and manage a defined set of IP addresses. You can monitor server status and availability and IP address static assignments within groups. Administrators can also edit, move, and export subnet groups.

  1. Click My Dashboards > Manage Subnets & IP Addresses.
  2. Click Add > Group.

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  3. Enter a Group Name and Description, and click Save.

    A User Subnets child folder is created under the IP Networks parent folder.

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  4. Select a subnet and drag and drop it like it's hot to the User Subnets folder.

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  5. On the Updating Accounts dialog box, click OK.

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All subnets that contain user IP addresses are now grouped into the User Subnets folder for easy access.

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