Create a network set

Creating a network set enables you to define a collection of tagged Ethernet networks that form a named group and can be assigned to a server profile. Each network set should have multiple networks.


Adding network to network set applies to Ethernet networks only.

Adding a network to a network set does not require that you take network resources offline.

You do not need to update server profiles that have connections to the network set.

Duplicate VLAN IDs are not allowed in a network set.

For information about network sets and why you might want to use them, see About network sets.


Privileges: Server administrator or Network administrator


Server administrators do not have privileges to edit bandwidths.

  1. From the main menu, select NETWORKING > Network Sets, and do one of the following:
    • Click + Create network set in the master pane.

    • Select Actions > Create.


    The Actions menu is not present until you have created at least one network set.

  2. Enter the data requested on the screen. See Create or edit a network set if you need assistance with your entries.
  3. Click the Add networks button.

    The Add Networks to network set dialog box opens.

  4. Select the networks you want to add to the network set (Use the Shift or Ctrl key to select multiple networks at once), and click Add to add the selected networks or click Add + to add another network to the network set.
  5. Click Create to create the network set or click Create + to create another network set.

    Clicking Cancel closes the screen without applying changes made since you last clicked the Create + button.

  6. Verify the changes by checking the network set in the details pane.