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Some of you may have noticed a string value that gets inserted into responses for objects (See below). This is a unique identifier for the object. It is equivalent to an object ID. This value should not change over the life of the object unless you change the name or 'domain' of the object. For example, if you change the network name or view, the unique identifier would likely change. Updates to attributes such as Extensible attributes will not affect it. 

 

<list>
  <object>
    <network_view>default</network_view>
     <_ref>

       network/*ZG5zLm5ldHdvcmskMTkyLjE2OC4xMi4wLzI0LzA*:192.168.12.0%2F24

     </_ref>
    <network>192.168.12.0/24</network>
  </object>
  <object>
    <network_view>default</network_view>
    <_ref>
        network/*ZG5zLm5ldHdvcmskMTkyLjE2OC4xMy4wLzI0LzA*:192.168.13.0%2F24
    </_ref>
    <network>192.168.13.0/24</network>
  </object>
</list>

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