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Note that If the zone of the host record is associated with networks, the IP addresses must belong to the associated networks. For example, if the host record is in the corpxyz.com zone, which is associated with 10.1.0.0/16 network, then the IP addresses of the host record must belong to the 10.1.0.0/16 network. For information about associating zones and networks, see Associating Networks with Zones.

Assigning Multiple IP Addresses to a Host
You can assign multiple IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to a host depending on the function of the device. For example, you can create a host record for a router that supports three network interfaces in two different networks, and assign IP addresses to each interface, as illustrated in Figure 13.3. When the DNS server responds to DNS queries for the host, it includes an A or AAAA record for each IP address.
In addition, if the IP addresses belong to different networks, they can have different DHCP configurations and options. As shown in Figure 13.3, the configuration information and DHCP options of the interface with the IPv6 address 2001:db8:1::2 may be different from the other two interfaces, 10.31.209.5 and 10.31.209.7, because it is in a different network.


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Figure 13.3 Assigning Multiple IP Addresses to one Host Record


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Adding Host Records
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  1. From the Data Management tab, select the IPAM tab.
  2. Click the Add icon and select either IPv4 Network or IPv6 Network.
  3. In the Add Network wizard, create a network as described in Adding IPv4 Networks or Adding IPv6 Networks.


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Modifying IPv4 and IPv6 Network Containe
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Modifying IPv4 and IPv6 Network Containers and Networks

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  1. From the Data Management tab, select the IPAM tab -> network check box, and then click the Edit icon.
  2. In the DHCP Network editor, modify the network settings as described in Modifying IPv4 Networks or Modifying IPv6 Networks.

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Deleting Network Containers
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