The two types of IP ranges are explained in the Concepts and terms page. The current page shows how to manage them. Specifically, it will show how to:
- Create a range
- Edit a range
- Delete a range
All three actions require administrative privileges and begin by accessing the 'Networks' page, selecting the desired subnet, and scrolling down to the 'Reserved' section.
Create a range
Choose 'Reserve range' or 'Reserve dynamic range'. If the latter is chosen, MAAS will automatically provide DHCP for enlistment and commissioning provided that the associated VLAN has DHCP enabled. Read the DHCP page.
When either of those two options are chosen a window will appear allowing you to enter start and end addresses for the range as well as a comment.
Below is an example window when creating a 'reserved range' (both windows are actually identical):
Click the 'Reserve' button when done.
See MAAS CLI for doing this with the CLI.
Edit a range
Click the 'down' arrow at the far right of the row corresponding to the subnet in question. Edit the fields as desired and click the 'Save' button.
Delete a range
Click the 'trash bin' icon at the far right of the row corresponding to the subnet in question. Confirm this action by clicking on the 'Remove' button.