You can define one or more network ranges of static IP addresses in the network profile for use in provisioning a machine. If you do not specify a range, you can use a network profile as a network reservation policy to select a reservation network path for a virtual machine network card (vNIC).
About this task
You can define IP ranges by using the IP addresses that an external IPAM provider supplies.
vRealize Automation only saves external IPAM range IDs in the database, not range details. If you edit a network profile on this page or on a blueprint, vRealize Automation calls the IPAM service to get range details based on the selected range IDs.
- Click the Network Ranges tab to create a new network range or select an existing network range.
Details about the selected range appear, including each name, description, and start and end IP address. Status-related information is also provided.
- Select an address space from the list of all addresses spaces that are available for the endpoint from the Address space drop-down menu.
- Click Add and select one or more available network ranges for the specifies address space.
- Click OK.
The IP range name appears in the defined ranges list. The IP addresses in the range appear in the defined IP addresses list.
The uploaded IP addresses appear on the IP Addresses page when you click Apply or after you save and then edit the network profile.
- Click OK to complete the network profile.
What to do next
You can assign a network profile to a network path in a reservation or a blueprint architect can specify the network profile in a blueprint.