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Search IP address with network but without network container

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Hello the community,

I would like to retrieve the network for an IP address, but without the network container.

For now I use 

/wapi/v2.9.1/search?address=10.60.48.79&_return_type=xml&_return_fields%2b=network

The answer is:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<list>
    <value type="object">
        <name>toto.mydomain.fr</name>
        <ipv4addrs>
            <list>
                <value type="object">
                    <configure_for_dhcp type="boolean">false</configure_for_dhcp>
                    <host>toto.mydomain.fr</host>
                    <ipv4addr>10.60.48.79</ipv4addr>
                    <_ref>record:host_ipv4addr/jhkqjhekjhazf5454azef4af:10.60.48.79/toto.mydomain.fr/myview</_ref>
                </value>
            </list>
        </ipv4addrs>
        <_ref>record:host/jhkjzefezf224354efef:toto.mydomain.fr/myview</_ref>
        <view>myview</view>
    </value>
    <value type="object">
        <comment>Main</comment>
        <network>10.0.0.0/8</network>
        <network_view>default</network_view>
        <_ref>networkcontainer/jhkljhkzefefezfzef:10.0.0.0/8/default</_ref>
    </value>
    <value type="object">
        <comment>site</comment>
        <network>10.60.0.0/15</network>
        <network_view>default</network_view>
        <_ref>networkcontainer/gkhgkjhgjhgjhgjhg:10.60.0.0/15/default</_ref>
    </value>
    <value type="object">
        <comment>My subnet</comment>
        <network>10.60.48.0/24</network>
        <network_view>default</network_view>
        <_ref>network/kjhkjh54654ergegezg:10.60.48.0/24/default</_ref>
    </value>
</list>
I would like to have the same answer but without the network container because it a little be complicated to scan all the network to find only the last one.
 
Thanks for helping,
Gilles

 

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