Serial Number Format

Serial Number Format

You can specify a custom mask/format for your Network's Serial Number.

To create your format, you can use certain characters based on the definitions below:


Definitions

  • F: Allows characters that range from a-f and digits that range from 0-9
  • P: Allows any alphanumeric character (a-z, 0-9)
  • 0: Allows only digits (0-9)
  • A: Allows only characters (a-z)

Examples

  • To create a serial number that only allow digits, you can use the following format0000. This would allow 4 digits in your serial number.
  • To use 16 characters in your Serial number, allowing characters that range from a-f and digits that range from 0-9, you can use the following format:  FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF. This would allow combinations like 08-86-AB-56-82-6C-F2-EE.



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