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IP range definitions


A DNS manages a bunch of relations between names and IP numbers. Every time one adds a new definition to the DNS (a new machine), he has to find an unused IP number. Further, it has to get some good knowledge of the network to know which one to use. A common practice is to document the general organization of the network, associating IP numbers range to logical part of the network. Linuxconf allows you to enter this information here and will use later, making DNS management much nicer.

1. Defining IP ranges

2. Setting an ID/description

3. Adding more IP ranges

4. Deleting a range

5. Adding a new entry in the DNS

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