With an IPv4 block created in Address Manager, you can merge two or more IPv4 networks into a single network.
To merge IPv4 networks, select two or more networks, and then determine which network retains its identity. A network’s identity includes deployment roles, network names, and gateway addresses, if they exist. During the merge operation, the IP addresses from all networks and their associated types are retained in the larger network. At the end of the operation, the other network or networks are removed.
To merge selected networks:
- Select the IP Space tab. Tabs remember the page you last worked on, so select the tab again to ensure you're on the Configuration information page.
- From the configuration drop-down menu, select a configuration.
Choose one of the following steps:
- From the IPv4 or Address Space tab, select the check boxes for two or more blocks or networks to merge.
- Click Action and select Merge Selected.
- The Selected Siblings section lists the blocks or networks selected to be merged. Select the item that's to retain its identity after the merge.
Move a network
- Under IPv4 Blocks, select the block or network that you want to move.
- Click the menu beside the block name or network name, and select Move.
- Under New Location, set the following
- IP Address—type the IP address for the location to which you want to move the block or network.
- Override IP overlap detection—this check box appears only for Address Manager administrators and only when IP Overlap Detection is enabled. When the IP Overlap Detection function shows that the destination address for the block or network you are moving conflicts with an existing block or network in another configuration, select this check box to override the warning and move the block or network.
- Under Change Control, add comments, if required.
- Click Yes.