Under Network > Intranet > Ranges, IP ranges (from-to) can be entered. This allows the entire range to be assigned individual access rights (see Section 9.3, “Access Rights of a Network Object”).
In contrast to individual clients, the Intra2net system cannot take over a DNS function for ranges.
If an range is used as a DHCP pool, no rights are assigned to the IPs in said range. An IP from one of the DHCP pools is only assigned to a client when it makes a DHCP request. For this purpose, the client is automatically created under Network > Intranet > Clients.
Should there be multiple different local networks, a separate DHCP pool must be created for each network