We have a zillion subnets in our global organization(only a slight exaggeration, its probably more like 1000). Granted not all of them will be used for provisioning but there are probably hundreds of places because we could be building Linux systems in almost every major city. And I REALLY don’t want to have to define each and every one of them.
At first I tried to just create a big 10.x.x.x/8 subnet. But then I realized that the systems will NOT get a default route!?
It seems very weird that even though a default route and DNS server(s) are shown as “optional” in the subnet definition screens, that there is no way to actually enter them when creating a new host and they can only come from pre-defined subnets.
Is there a way to enable editing of dns and default routes on the interface edit pages for a host?
Not have to define every single subnet in the org just to provide DNS and default routes to new systems.
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