The address-assignment pool feature supports subscriber management functionality by enabling you to create address pools that can be shared by different client applications. An address-assignment pool can support either IPv4 address or IPv6 addresses. You cannot use the same pool for both types of address.
Note: You cannot use address-assignment pools with the J Series Services Routers DHCP server. Also, address-assignment pools are completely separate from L2TP address pools, which you create with the address-pool statement at the [edit access] hierarchy level, and NAT pools, which you create with the pool statement at the [edit services nat] hierarchy level.
To configure an address-assignment pool:
See Configuring an Address-Assignment Pool Name and Addresses.
See Configuring a Named Address Range for Dynamic Address Assignment.
See Configuring Static Address Assignment.
See Configuring DHCP Client-Specific Attributes.