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insight IP address attribute for Cloud premium JSM


G'Day all,

I am creating an object type of hosts, and my mind just went blank.  

Hosts can (and usually do) have multiple ip addresses.  EG single hosts could have,,

There is an Attribute type called "IP address" but it is a single select without cardinality to have more than 1 value?  

How do you attribute multiple IP address to a single host?

NOTE: the only way I could think of would be to have a separate object type called IP address (which will have to be free form for label) and have a multi select object reference to that.  Or have a free form text field.   Both are Yuck imho.

Also The IP address field does not allow a value like  it forces it to be which may be easier for humans to read but it is not the way computers/IPV4 was designed.  Bug imho.

Thanks in Advance!


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I just came across the same issue on Data Center, I really cannot see the use case to limit the IP address to just one?

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