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Manual Chapter: Configuring Lease Pools
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What is a lease pool?

A lease pool specifies a group of IPv4 or IPv6 IP addresses as a single object. You can use a lease pool to associate that group of IP addresses with a network access resource. When you assign a lease pool to a network access resource, network access clients are automatically assigned unallocated IP addresses from the pool during the network access session.

Important: Network access with IPv6 alone is not supported. An IPv6 tunnel requires a simultaneous IPv4 tunnel, which is automatically established when you assign IPv4 and IPv6 lease pools, and set the version to IPv4&IPv6.

Creating an IPv4 lease pool

Create a lease pool to provide internal network addresses for network access tunnel users.
  1. On the Main tab, select Access Policy > Network Access > Lease Pools > IPv4 Lease Pools . The IPv4 Lease Pools list appears.
  2. Click the Create button.
  3. In the Name field, type a name for the resource.
  4. Add IPv4 addresses to the lease pool.
    • To add a single IP address, in the Member List area, select IP Address for the type. In the IP Address field, type the IP address.
    • To add a range of IP addresses, in the Member List area, select IP Address Range for the type. In the Start IP Address field, type the first IP address, and in the End IP Address field, type the last IP address.
  5. Click the Add button.
A lease pool is created with the IP address or IP address range you specified.
To delete an IP address or IP address range, select the IP address or IP address range in the member list, and click the Delete button.

Creating an IPv6 lease pool

Create a lease pool to provide internal network addresses for network access tunnel users.
Important: Network access with IPv6 alone is not supported. An IPv6 tunnel requires a simultaneous IPv4 tunnel, which is automatically established when you assign IPv4 and IPv6 lease pools, and set the version to IPv4&IPv6.
  1. On the Main tab, select Access Policy > Network Access > Lease Pools > IPv6 Lease Pools . The IPv6 Lease Pools list appears.
  2. Click the Create button.
  3. In the Name field, type a name for the resource.
  4. Add IPv6 addresses to the lease pool.
    • To add a single IP address, in the Member List area, select IP Address for the type. In the IP Address field, type the IP address.
    • To add a range of IP addresses, in the Member List area, select IP Address Range for the type. In the Start IP Address field, type the first IP address, and in the End IP Address field, type the last IP address.
  5. Click the Add button.
A lease pool is created with the IP address or IP address range you specified.
To delete an IP address or IP address range, select the IP address or IP address range in the member list, and click the Delete button.
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