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You can use templates to create DHCP IPv6 ranges, fixed addresses, roaming hosts, and networks. You can create the following IPv6 templates:

  • A DHCP range template that specifies an offset and the total number of addresses in a range. You can add a DHCP range template to a network template. For more information, see About IPv6 Range Templates.
  • A fixed address template, containing information for creating fixed addresses and roaming hosts. You can add a fixed address template to a network template. For information, see About IPv6 Fixed Address Templates.
  • A network template, containing basic network properties for creating networks. It is also a container that holds your DHCP range templates and fixed address/reservation templates. When you create a network using a network template, the network inherits the properties of the range and fixed address/reservation templates. You can create a network in any network view using a network template. For information, see Adding IPv6 Network Templates.

Because you can potentially add DHCP range and fixed address/reservation templates to a network template, create the DHCP range and fixed address/reservation templates before you create a network template.

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