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View the Audit Entry of a Subnet

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A subnet is a range of IP addresses within your network. Instances that you launch can be contained within a subnet in your network.

After setting up a network, you can configure multiple subnets. Then you can launch an instance in any subnet that you have created.


  • 'security_manager' user role privilege


  • Go to Manage > Networks > Select Network > Subnets tab > Select subnet.

  • From the Audit Entries section, you can see information about the actions performed on the subnet. It list the time, summary, and user that perform an action, such as creating, removing, or modifying the subnet.


Note: the audit information in this section is different from the Audit Entries tab of the network. For more information, see Audit Entries.




Note: When you select a specific audit entry, you can see various information about the audit entry, including the Network Href of the subnet. This can be be beneficial if you are using the Networks API. For more information, see the API 1.5 Reference information.

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