Currently, only option when creating an IPv6 Pool is to add the CIDR to define the range.
We would want the ability to define a subset within that CIDR as our IP pool and not the entire subnet - the same way an IPv4 Morpheus Pool can be defined by a start and end value.
Also would be good that IP override would allow to specify both IPv4 and IPv6
Do you utilize a 3rd party IPAM as well? We do sync those ranges in, and I’ve recently gone through all of the plugins to enable IPv6.
Unfortunately, we can’t use one of the available plugins, so we’re taking advantage the Morpheus IPAM for our IPv4 and IPv6 workloads. Being able to define subsets of ranges has worked well for us dividing up reservations between dev, test, and prod environments that share IPv4 subnets.
You can still get there to get a start and end subset by specifying a more restricted mask, no?
Of course, I guess that’s tedious and error prone - but not sure if it is any more tedious or error prone than having to hand key 2 x full IPv6 addresses into a start and end fields.
I’ll give a vote because I’m a fan of any IPv6 enhancements.