IPv6 Address Ranges

This feature allows you to add, edit, and delete an IPv6 address range. An IPv6 address range is a group of several IPv6 addresses and uses the following format:
  • The range should be a shortened IPv6 address that ends with a slash (/), followed by a number which indicates the network portion of the IPv6 address range.
  • The most common network portion will be /64. The network portion might be as low as /48, or as high as /128, which would be a single IPv6 address.
  • For example: 2001:db8:1a34:56cf::/64
When you assign an IPv6 address to a user, you will choose a range that you added here.

Add a Range

  • Range name required
  • Range name cannot exceed 64 characters.
  • Cannot have multiple collapsed groups
  • Must follow IPv6 syntax
  • Can only include hexidecimal characters (0-9 a-f)
  • Each section must be 4 characters or fewer
  • Must include / and the network portion
  • Range note cannot exceed 250 characters.
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IP Range Details

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Reserved {{range.name}} The system’s shared IPv6 address. {{range.CIDR}} {{range.note}}
There are currently no ranges.