IpAddressBlock

A block of IP addresses defined by a start address and a mask/prefix (network CIDR). An IP block is typically large & allocated to a tenant for automated consumption. An IP block is always a contiguous address space, for example 192.0.0.18. An IP block can be further subdivided into subnets called IP block subnets. These IP block subnets can be added to IP pools and used for IP allocation.


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