Configure an IP address range for the MID Server Configure an IP address range on the MID server to let Orchestration and Service Mapping determine which MID Server to use. Before you beginRole required: admin About this task Orchestration uses the IP address of the target machine to select the correct MID Server to use for Orchestration activities. This functionality ensures that a MID Server with connectivity to the target is chosen to perform the Orchestration activity. See Configure a MID Server for an IP address range for more information. Service Mapping elects the MID Server whose IP address range matches the IP in the discovery request. See MID Server configuration for Service Mapping for more information. Valid IP address ranges can be as follows: An IP address in dotted decimal or hexadecimal format. The hexadecimal format can be explicitly prefixed with 0x, this is not mandatory. Here are examples: 10.11.144.155 0x0A0B909B 0A0B909B An IP address range in dotted decimal or hexadecimal format. Here are examples: 10.11.144.150-10.11.144.160 0x0A0B9096-0x0A0B90A0 10.11.144.150-0x0A0B90A0 An IP network address with the net mask specified after a slash (/) in regular notation (0-32 inclusive) or in IP address notation. Dotted decimal or hexadecimal format is not allowed. Here are examples: 10.11.144.0/24 10.11.144.0/255.255.255.0 10.11.144.0/0xFFFFFF00 0x0A0B9000/24 0x0A0B9000/0xFFFFFF00 Procedure Navigate to MID Server > IP Ranges. Click New. Fill out the form fields (see table). Figure 1. IP address ranges Field Description Name Enter a descriptive name. Type Select the type of range: Include: Exclude: Exclude the IP address range. Range Enter the range in an valid format. Related list MID Servers Select the MID Server that can use this IP address range. Click Save.