Introduced : BIG-IP_v11.5.0
A struct that describes a range of IP address. Users can specify an IP address range as the source or destination IP addresses in an AFM rule. For example, an IPv4 address range will match all 245 addresses,,, …, There are some constraints when specifying the IP address ranges: 1) The first IP address in an address range must be numerically less than the second IP address of the same address range. For example, is not a valid IP address range. 2) Address range is inclusive of the first and second IP addresses. In other words, an address range A-B includes both address A and B. 3) The first IP address and the second IP address in an address range must be of the same type (i.e., both addresses are IPv4 addresses, or both addresses are IPv6 addresses). 4) The first IP address and the second IP address in an address range must be in the same route domain.
Member Type Description
start String The start of the address list range.
end String The end of the address list range.

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