IPv4 networks - BlueCat Address Manager - 9.2.0

Address Manager API Guide

BlueCat Address Manager

An IPv4 network is an object that attaches to a router interface that routes directly to individual IP addresses.

An IPv4 network is a group of IPv4 addresses that can be routed. In Address Manager, an IPv4 network always has another network or a block as its parent object. You can add and return networks both by IP range and CIDR notation. You can also return and allocate the next available network. You can specify default DNS domains for IPv4 networks with the defaultDomains property. To add a single default domain, specify the object ID for the required domain. To add multiple default domains, specify the object IDs for multiple domains as a comma-delimited list of domain object IDs.