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FAQ-How to Delete or Modify an In-Use IP Address Pool on an ME60?

Publication Date:  2019-05-13  |   Views:  738  |   Downloads:  0  |   Document ID:  EKB1100014921

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Issue Description

Deleting or modifying an in-use IP address pool causes an error message. How do I delete or modify an in-use IP address pool on an ME60?

Solution

Two methods are available:

1. Block the whole domain so that new users cannot go online. Then, log out all the online users in the domain and delete the IP address pool. This method applies to modification or deletion of IP address pools in the whole domain.
aaa
domain test
block                  //Block the domain named test so that new users cannot go online to obtain IP addresses from the IP address pool.
quit
cut access-user ip-pool test    //Log out all the users in the IP address pool. To log out all the users in the domain, run the cut access-user domain test command.
domain test
undo ip pool test    //Delete the IP address pool in the domain.

2. Lock the IP address pool so that no IP addresses in the address pool are assigned to users any more. Then, log out the users in the IP address pool in the AAA view. This method applies to modification or deletion of a single IP address pool.

ip pool test
lock     //Lock the IP address pool so that new users cannot obtain IP addresses from this IP address pool for network access.
quit
aaa
cut access-user ip-pool test    //Log out all the users in the IP address pool.
domain test
undo ip pool test   //Delete the IP address pool in the domain.