The IP Assignments tab shows how the IPs are consumed.
The supernet for the BMC network is now a /26 network. The gateway uses the first IP address in the network followed by the BMC devices in the rack, as shown in the following table. The hardware lifecycle host has multiple addresses that are assigned on this network and can be used to deploy, monitor, and support the rack. These IP addresses are distributed into these groups: DVM, InternalAccessible, and ExternalAccessible.
Table 5. BMC network addresses
The storage network is a private network and is not intended to be routed beyond the rack. It is the first half of the private network supernet. It is used by the switches with addresses allocated as shown in the following table, and it is not routed beyond the rack. The gateway is the first IP address in the subnet.
The second half, which is used for the Internal VIPs, is a private pool of addresses that the Azure Stack Hub SLB manages and is not shown on the IP Assignments tab. See the following table. These networks support Azure Stack Hub, and the ACLs on the ToR switches prevent these networks from being advertised and accessed outside the solution.
Table 6. Storage network addresses
The infrastructure network supernet requires a /24 network and continues to be a /24 after the Deployment Worksheet tool runs. The gateway is the first IP address in the subnet, as shown in the following table.
Table 7. Infrastructure network addresses