The zone is a collection of subnets attached to a domain. The zone concept enables the definition of policies for collections of subnets.
dpi: determines whether or not Deep packet inspection is enabled
ip_type: IPv4 or IPv6
ipv6_address: IPv6 address range of the zone. This is an optional field that allows users to allocate an address range to a zone. The VSD will auto-assign IP ranges to subnets from this range if an IP range is not defined for a subnet.
maintenance_mode: Indicates if the Zone is accepting VM activation requests.
name(Mandatory): Name of the current entity(Zone or zone template or subnet etc..) Valid characters are alphabets, numbers, space and hyphen( - ).
last_updated_by: ID of the user who last updated the object.
address: IPv4 address range of the zone. This is an optional field that allows users to allocate an address range to a zone. The VSD will auto-assign IP ranges to subnets from this range if an IP range is not defined for a subnet.
template_id: The ID of the template that this zone was derived from
description: A description of the zone
netmask: Netmask of the subnet defined
encryption: Determines whether or not IPSEC is enabled.
entity_scope: Specify if scope of entity is Data center or Enterprise level
policy_group_id: PG ID for the subnet. This is unique per domain and will be in the range 1-4095
associated_multicast_channel_map_id: The ID of the Multi Cast Channel Map this zone/zone template is associated with. This has to be set when enableMultiCast is set to ENABLED
public_zone: If a zone is marked as public, then it is lined to the public network associated with this data center
multicast: Indicates multicast policy on zone.
number_of_hosts_in_subnets: Number of hosts in each of the subnets that can be created under a zone and are auto-assigned IP addresses
external_id: External object ID. Used for integration with third party systems
dynamic_ipv6_address: Turn on or off dynamic allocation of IPV6 address