In the AMC, navigate to System Configuration > Services.
In the Access Services section, under Network tunnel service area, Configure. The Network Tunnel Service page displays.
In the IP Address Pools section, click the + (New) icon. The IP Address Pool page displays.
In the Name field, type a name for the address pool.
In the Description field, type a descriptive comment about the address pool.
Click Routed address pool - static, and then click New.
Specify the IP address or addresses to make available to the tunnel clients. Type IP addresses and subnet
masks using dotted decimal form (
To define a single host, type an IP address and a Subnet mask of
To specify a range of IP addresses, type the beginning address in the IP address field and the ending address in the IP range end field, and specify a Subnet mask.
To define an entire subnet, type the network address in the IP address field and fill in the Subnet mask field. The subnet mask is converted to a range and values are filled in as appropriate. If the IP address of the subnet is entered, it is converted to the first usable address in the network, but addresses in the middle of the subnet are used as is. The ending address is filled in with the highest usable address in the subnet.
Click OK. The pool is added to the list of available IP address pools.
(Optional) To change the virtual interface settings for configuring the client interface, click to expand the Advanced area. The Virtual interface settings are preconfigured with the DNS server, WINS server, and Search domains as defined on the Network Settings page. (For more information, see Configuring Basic Network Settings.) To change these settings, select the Customize default settings checkbox and then
specify custom values for any settings that you want to change.