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From Geoff Higginbottom <>
Subject Re: Guest IP range for the Guest CIDR of the zone
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2012 10:07:15 GMT
Hi Fabrice,

You can create a new network offering for guest network which does not have the specify VLAN
flag set, then use it to create a new Guest Network, while you are at id you set the specify
IP Range option you can then also set custom CIDR when you create the network.



On 13 Dec 2012, at 09:43, "Fabrice Brazier" <> wrote:

Hi Folks,

In an Advanced Networking setup, each Account is taking a VLAN ID from the
VLAN range of the zone (for the Isolated Guest Network).

The default Guest IP Range is the same for all Accounts within a Zone. The
subnet is by default

Is there a way to specify the guest IP range for the Guest CIDR of the zone
(without specifying a VLAN ID for the network but using the VLAN range of
the zone) ? E.g. –


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