Cisco Network Registrar User's Guide, 6.2.1
11 - Owners and Regions
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Managing Owners and Regions

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Managing Owners and Regions

Managing Owners

Managing Regions


Managing Owners and Regions


This chapter explains how to configure owners and regions that can be applied to DHCP address block, subnets, and zones.

Managing Owners

You can create owners to associate with address blocks, subnets, and zones. You can list and add owners on a single page. Creating an owner involves creating a tag name, full name, and contact name.


Step 1 In the Web UI, click Administration, then Owners to open the List/Add Owners page (see Figure 11-1 for the regional cluster example that also includes pull and push functions).

Figure 11-1 List/Add Owners Page (Regional)

In the CLI, use owner tag create name to create an owner. For example:

nrcmd> owner owner-1 create "First Owner" contact="Contact at owner-1" 

Step 2 Enter a unique owner tag.

Step 3 Enter an owner name.

Step 4 Enter an optional contact name.

Step 5 Click Add Owner.

Step 6 To edit an owner, click its name to open the Edit Owners page.


Managing Regions

You can create regions to associate with address blocks, subnets, and zones. You can list and add regions on a single page. Creating a region involves creating a tag name, full name, and contact name.


Step 1 In the Web UI, click Administration, then Regions to open the List/Add Regions page (see Figure 11-2 for the regional cluster example that also includes pull and push functions).

Figure 11-2 List/Add Regions Page (Regional)

In the CLI, use region tag create name. For example:

nrcmd> region region-1 create "Boston Region" contact="Contact at region-1" 

Step 2 Enter a unique region tag.

Step 3 Enter a region name.

Step 4 Enter an optional contact name.

Step 5 Click Add Region.

Step 6 To edit a region, click its name to open the Edit Regions page.