Книга: Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage, Security, & Networking Pocket Consultant

Setting a new exclusion range

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Setting a new exclusion range

You can exclude IPv4 or IPv6 addresses from a scope by defining an exclusion range. Scopes can have multiple exclusion ranges. To define an exclusion range for a scope with IPv4 addresses, follow these steps:

1. In the DHCP console, expand the scope with which you want to work, and then press and hold or right-click the Address Pool folder or Exclusions folder. On the shortcut menu, tap or click New Exclusion Range.

2. Enter a start address and an end address in the Start IP Address and End IP Address boxes, and then tap or click Add. The range specified must be a subset of the range set for the current scope and must not be currently in use. Repeat this step to add other exclusion ranges.

3. Tap or click Close when you have finished.

TIP To exclude a single IP address, enter a start address and leave the end address blank.

To define an exclusion range for a scope with IPv6 addresses, follow these steps:

1. In the DHCP console, expand the scope with which you want to work, and then press and hold or right-click the Exclusions folder. On the shortcut menu, tap or click New Exclusion Range.

2. Enter a start address and an end address in the Start IPv6 Address and End IPv6 Address boxes, and then tap or click Add. The range specified must be a subset of the range set for the current scope and must not be currently in use. Repeat this step to add other exclusion ranges.

3. Tap or click Close when you have finished.

If you don’t need an exclusion anymore, you can delete it. Select Address Pool or Exclusions as appropriate. In the main pane, press and hold or right-click the exclusion, select Delete, and then tap or click Yes in response to the confirmation message.

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