||Represents a single IPv4 address. IPv4 addresses
are child objects of an IPv4 Network.
|IPv4 Address Range
||Represents a generic object related to IPv4
Blocks and IPv4 Networks. Use this object to set user-defined
fields common to IPv4 Block and IPv4 Network objects.
||Represents a block of unallocated IPv4 addresses.
IPv4 Block objects are nestable in that a block may contain
other blocks. IPv4 Block is the parent for IPv4 Network.
|IPv4 DHCP Range
||Represents a range of IPv4 addresses from which a
DHCP server allocates addresses to DHCP clients. This object
doesn't inherit user-defined fields from its parent IPv4
|IPv4 IP Group
||Represents a range of IPv4 addresses that can be
assigned to specific users or user groups.
||Represents a group of IPv4 addresses that can be
assigned to IP hosts. The parent object is always an IPv4 Block.
Child objects are IPv4 Addresses and IPv4 DHCP Ranges.
||Represents a template used to apply standard
settings to an IPv4 object, such as the gateway address and DHCP
|IPv4 Reconciliation Policy
||Represents the parameters for network discovery
through the IPv4 Reconciliation function. Includes the
parameters for connecting to the router, a list of overridden
IPv4 addresses, and the state time and frequency of the