Superscopes - BlueCat Address Manager - 9.0.0

Address Manager Administration Guide

BlueCat Address Manager

A Windows DHCP superscope is used when you need to create two or more logical IP subnets on a single physical segment. The Address Manager equivalent to a superscope is a shared network. Shared networks are deployed to Windows servers as superscopes.

Note: In the Windows interface, the object ID Address Manager generated for the shared network appears in the properties of the Windows superscope.

Importing Superscopes into Address Manager

Address Manager imports scopes that are part of a superscope configuration as individual networks. You must create the tag objects and share the networks after you import data from a Managed Windows server.