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Provisions an address range for use with your NGN Cloud resources through bring your own IP addresses (BYOIP) and creates a corresponding address pool if needed.
Provisioning an address pool is an asynchronous operation which requires actions on NGN Cloud part. After successful provisioning, NGN Cloud support team will contact you to get information required to start advertising your address pool on the Internet. Addresses from this pool cannot be associated until the pool state changes from
advertised. To monitor the status, use DescribeByoipCidrs. To allocate an address from you address pool with the help of the AllocateAddress command, use a specific address from your address pool or the ID of the address pool, as an argument.
Cidr — The public IPv4 address range in CIDR notation. The most specific prefix that you can specify is /24, the least specific — /20. The address range cannot overlap with other address ranges.
Description — The description for the address range and the address pool.
byoipCidr — Information about the address pool.
Type: ByoipCidr object
requestId — The request ID
c2-ec2 ProvisionByoipCidr Cidr "192.0.2.0/24" Description "description..."