5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 1, 2011 12:12 PM by MarieB

    Consolidating ip's

    Rajadurai

      Hi, any one suggest me how to consolidate the different set of IP's to be added as a single list instead of whole subnet ip's

        • Re: Consolidating ip's
          mavturner

          You can create a subnet that covers the addresses. When you create the subnet, make sure the box for "Add IP Addresses with the subnet" is not checked. Then once you have the subnet, click "Add IP Range" on the subnet and put in specific addresses or ranges.

          So even though you are adding a subnet, you do not need to add all of the addresses.

            • Re: Consolidating ip's
              Rajadurai

              Thanks Mav,

              Is it possible to for different set of ip address ranges could be added in a same single list.  can i have any technical support contacts for about discuss in details.

              Regards,

              Rajadurai

                • Re: Consolidating ip's

                  Rajadurai--

                  If you on active maintenance, you can open a support ticket here.

                  When you open a support ticket, would you:

                  --Reference this thread to Support.
                  --Post back here with a case number.
                  --Post any solutions you get from Support.


                  Many thx,

                  M

                    • Re: Consolidating ip's
                      Rajadurai

                      Hi,

                      Please find the below case id for the reference

                      Case #253453

                      It would be helpful if i have contact for tech support. 

                       

                      Thanks,

                      Rajadurai

                        • Re: Consolidating ip's

                          Hi Rajuadurai--

                          Our support rep contacted you on 6/25 about this issue. Can you check your spam folder?

                          Here is the message, fyi:

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                          I'm not sure I understand. I presume this is on the Manage Subnets & IP Addresses page. If so, you can click on Add and then create a group.
                           
                          Once you have the group, you click and drag a subnet into the group.
                           
                          As for individual IPs, they have to stay with the same subnet-although you could add an individual IP address as a /32 subnet.
                           
                          Please let me know if that's what you're asking about.
                           
                          Steve Audette
                          SolarWinds Support

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                          HTH,

                          M