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csv import ipam

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I am importing IPAM data from SolarWinds to InfoBlox. My first question is what are the header fields not to generate DHCP records in IPAM for every network added on a CSV file. The Import files are large and adding the networks individually is not an option. I tried the following.

 

header-network address* netmask* configure_for_dhcp* EA-Country
header-networkcontainer address* netmask* configure_for_dhcp* EA-Country
networkcontainer 10.48.0.0 16 FALSE USA
networkcontainer 10.49.0.0 16 FALSE USA

 

Is there another option to import large CSV files for IPAM without affecting other tables in InfoBlox?

 

Thank You

 

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I'm having the same problem.  Any luck on finding a resolution?

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Re: csv import ipam

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@EJHILL2 wrote:

I am importing IPAM data from SolarWinds to InfoBlox. My first question is what are the header fields not to generate DHCP records in IPAM for every network added on a CSV file. The Import files are large and adding the networks individually is not an option. I tried the following auto clicker word unscrambler  jumble solver .

 

header-network address* netmask* configure_for_dhcp* EA-Country
header-networkcontainer address* netmask* configure_for_dhcp* EA-Country
networkcontainer 10.48.0.0 16 FALSE USA
networkcontainer 10.49.0.0 16 FALSE USA

 

Is there another option to import large CSV files for IPAM without affecting other tables in InfoBlox?

 

Thank You

 


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