NetReg

Privilege Levels for Security Contact Members

Security Contact Privilege Levels

Security Contact roles can have one of the following privilege levels: View-only, Device, IP Information, and Admin

View-only

Security Contacts with ‘View-Only’ privilege level can view registered assets, but not alter or make changes to them.

Device

Security Contacts with ‘Device’ privilege level can add or edit device registrations.

IP Information

Security Contacts with ‘IP Information’ privilege level can add or edit device registrations AND add or edit...

I've received an "IP address to transfer" message.

Here we explain what it means and what you need to do.

You've received the message because Netreg has encountered a mismatch between the security contact that claimed an IP address (individually or by subnet) and the security contact that registered a subdomain.

(Note: In Netreg the assignment of a subdomain enables the transfer of IP address responsibility to the right party, but does not assign security contact responsibility).

For example, if security contact A registers a subdomain xyz.berkeley.edu and another security contact B claims subnet a.b.c.0/24 and there is a set of hostnames defined...

Can I self-register Fixed IP address assignments?

Department and Group Security Contact roles can register devices for Fixed IP address assignment – where a device always gets the same IP on its primary subnet, but a Dynamic IP on any other subnet – provided that the contact role has a registered subnet, with available IP address space, and a registered subdomain.

For details about registering devices for Fixed IP address assignment, please review the "Register Devices" page in the NetReg documentation.

Does the application support DHCP registration?

DHCP registration was added to NetReg in Oct 2015. For instructions on how to use NetReg to register devices for use with the Campus DHCP Service, please visit the "Register Devices" page in the NetReg documentation.