A network allows to cluster IPs. These IPs should belong to the same subnet. Through the subnet, the reach of a network is delimited. A network has an address and a mask.
To create a network, go to IP management- IPv4 – Create a network.
Once the network is created, you can edit the name of it and assign a float group.
Read more on float groups.
To assign a float group:
In this option, the user can choose the subnet on that network if the option is enabled.
Note the option is enabled by default. You can change this option by pressing on “yes” a pop-up window will appear, and you will be able to change the option.
This privacy section has a value between 0 and 10 that is considered when creating a VPS automatically. If the value is 0, this network is not counted for the creation of a VPS.
In this section, the subnets show empty, and the user can choose the range of IPs that will originate from the mask.