IPv4 blocks and networks can be filtered by different criteria such as Range, Name, Location, UDF Name, and UDF value. Filtering criteria must be in the valid format.
The following table describes the filtering criteria and accepted formats.
|Search field||Valid Formats||Example|
|Range||CIDR or IP address range separated by “-”
Note: The values can be a partial or complete CIDR or valid full IP address range.
Note: Table filtering doesn't filter by range; it finds the block defined by the specified range. That is, if you enter an IP address range in the Range field, the exact matching block will be displayed in the table, not any matching blocks or networks that reside under the parent block.
|Name||Name of the network or block||Block name or network name|
|Location||Name of the location object or location code.
Note: The name or code can be partial. For example, CAN will return all location objects that contain CAN in their name or code. If you want to filter for a specific item, enter the full name or code.
|Canada or CA|
|UDF Name||Select a UDF name from the drop-down menu.
|Different UDFs will be displayed according to data table on the page:
|UDF Value||Select or enter the value of UDF.