2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 5, 2009 9:40 AM by graand

    Subnet List Import Format

      Hi, I was wondering if someone could tell me the format needed for text or csv file to import a subnet list.  can't find it in the help or forums yet.

        • Re: Subnet List Import Format
          cjn9045

          I can speak for importing the .csv file which should have simply two fields: IP address and subnet mask.  An example for importing the following six subnets would be:

          #ip-address,subnet-mask
          10.10.24.0,255.255.255.0
          10.100.92.0,255.255.252.0
          10.100.96.0,255.255.252.0
          10.100.180.0,255.255.252.0
          10.100.176.0,255.255.252.0
          10.100.172.0,255.255.252.0

          The import dialogue box will then list the subnets in a table allowing you to place a single check mark to import all, or selectively choose only some from the list.

            • Re: Subnet List Import Format

              What about a subnet name field? I just started 'playing' with Address Tracker and am intrigued by its potential. I've got a big Excel file of current address info (yes, I'm coming to the game late!) with somewhat over 300 named subnets. I tried the two fields identified by cjn and also tried a leading field with name but the name looks like it only comes in with the base network number. Of course I can update this manually but my lazy nature doesn't let me accept with without question!

              I also found the import to be somewhat selective. I tried it with eight entries and it only accepted five. Not sure what that's about but more play time may lead to an answer.