An L2 Domain is a distributed logical switch that enables L2 communication. An L2 Domain template is a model that can be instantiated as often as required, thereby creating real, functioning L2 Domains.


  • dhcp_managed: decides whether L2Domain / L2Domain template DHCP is managed by VSD
  • dpi: determines whether or not Deep packet inspection is enabled
  • ip_type: IPv4 or DUALSTACK
  • ipv6_address: IPV6 address of the route - Optional
  • ipv6_gateway: The IPv6 address of the gateway of this subnet
  • name (Mandatory): Name of the L2Domain / L2Domain template,has to be unique within a Enterprise. Valid characters are alphabets, numbers, space and hyphen( - ).
  • last_updated_by: ID of the user who last updated the object.
  • gateway: The IP address of the gateway of this l2 domain
  • address: Network address of the L2Domain / L2Domain template defined.
  • description: A description field provided by the user that identifies the L2Domain / L2Domain template.
  • netmask: Netmask of the L2Domain / L2Domain template defined
  • encryption: Determines whether IPSEC is enabled Possible values are ENABLED, DISABLED, .
  • entity_scope: Specify if scope of entity is Data center or Enterprise level
  • entity_state: Intermediate State of L2 Domain.
  • policy_change_status: None
  • use_global_mac: Enable this flag to use system configured globalMACAddress as the gateway mac address for managed l2 domains
  • associated_multicast_channel_map_id: The ID of the Multi Cast Channel Map this L2Domain / L2Domain template template is associated with. This has to be set when enableMultiCast is set to ENABLED
  • multicast: Indicates multicast policy on L2Domain template.
  • external_id: External object ID. Used for integration with third party systems
  • dynamic_ipv6_address: Turn on or off dynamic allocation of IPV6 address