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    Configuring a Named Address Range for Dynamic Address Assignment

    You can optionally configure multiple named ranges, or subsets, of addresses within an address-assignment pool. During dynamic address assignment, a client can be assigned an address from a specific named range. To create a named range, you specify a name for the range and define the address range.

    To create a named range within an IPv4 address-assignment pool:

    1. Specify the name of the address-assignment pool and the IPv4 family.
      [edit access]
      user@host# edit address-assignment pool isp_1 family inet
    2. Configure the name of the range and the lower and upper boundaries of the addresses in the range.
      [edit access address-assignment pool isp_1 family inet]
      user@host# set range southeast low address high address

    To create a named range within an IPv6 address-assignment pool:

    1. Specify the name of the address-assignment pool and the IPv6 family.
      [edit access]
      user@host# edit address-assignment pool isp_1 family inet6
    2. Configure the name of the range and the lower and upper boundaries of the addresses in the range.
      [edit access address-assignment pool isp_1 family inet6]
      user@host# set range southeast low address high address

    Modified: 2016-05-12