When you add an IP Address Pool in Cisco DNA Center, an IPv4 Block is also added in Address Manager. If you have an empty IPv4 block in Address Manager that has the same CIDR as the IP Address Pool that is added in Cisco DNA Center, the IPv4 block in Address Manager is updated with the same information that is configured in the IP Address Pool.
- Log in to your Cisco DNA Center instance.
- In the menu, select .
- In the Network Settings page, select the IP Address Pools tab.
- Within the IP Address Pools table, click Add.
- In the Add IP Pool window, enter the following
- IP Pool Name—enter the name of the IP Pool.
- Type—select Generic.
- IP Address Space—select IPv4 to add an IPv4 IP Pool.
- IP Subnet—enter the IP address of the IP Pool.
- Prefix length—select the prefix length of the IP Pool.
- Gateway IP Address—enter the default gateway IP address of the IP Pool.
- DHCP Server(s)—enter the IP address of the DNS/DHCP Servers that you would like to assign DHCP roles.
- DNS Server(s)—enter the IP address of the DNS/DHCP Servers that you would like to assign DNS roles.
- Click Save to add the new IP address pool.
- Log in to your Address Manager instance.
- Select the IP Space tab.
- Under IPv4 Blocks, verify that the newly added IP Address Pool has been added to Address Manager.