About the Address Pool Page
To access this page, click Configure > User Firewall Management > Address Pools.
An address pool is a set of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses available for allocation to users, such as in host configurations with the DHCP. An address-assignment pool supports IPv4 address. You can create centralized IPv4 address pools independent of the client applications that use the pools.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
Create an address pool. See Create Address Pool.
Edit and clone an address pool. See Edit and Delete Address Pool.
Table 1 provides guidelines on using the fields on the Address Pool page.
Table 1: Fields on the Address Pool Page
Specifies the address pool name.
Specifies the network address.
Specifies the primary DNS IP address.
Specifies the secondary DNS IP address.
Specifies the primary Windows IP address.
Specifies the secondary Windows IP address.
Specifies the address range name.