A new "feature" of MaaS 2.0 is that it assumes total control of a Subnet. But I desperately need to reserve some IP's on the subnet that are currently in use. How can I achieve this with MaaS 2.0? Or do I need to downgrade to 1.9? If so, how can I specify to install version 1.9 on Ubuntu 16.04?


I found that the API still supports this, I managed to exclude/reserve subnet ip's with the cli tool

maas my-maas ipaddresses reserve ip_address=

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