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Meenakshi P. asked ·

How to configure Sites in DCRUM 17 with multiple Subnet ranges needs to define in single site

We have received around 500 Subnet IP ranges from Customer to configure as client IP as site in dcrum. 300 Subnet IP belong to same site having different VLANS

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Babar Q. answered ·

Hello Meenakshi,

There are there different ways to create to handle this kind of request.

Please check the following link for better understanding.

https://community.dynatrace.com/community/display/...

Regards,

Babar

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Frans S. answered ·

I would start with an export of the current configuration, and based on the format of that file create a new import file with the customer's list converted to that format.
You may want to write a script of some sort to do so.

In general, in my opinion, it is also wise to normalize the input. Often adjacent sub-ranges are written on separate lines.
E.g.
10.122.0.0-10.122.255.255
10.123.0.0-10.123.255.255
<...repeated... >
10.133.0.0-10.133.255.255
can be rewritten as
10.122.0.0-10.133.255.255

But that is a matter of choice/policy.

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Meenakshi P. answered ·

Thank You, I am able to configure site now. Its just we need to put different enteries in separate line with any punchuation mark

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