Comments 4 Posted In Red Hat Satellite Query All Host by ip range Latest response 2021-04-30T12:49:13+00:00 In Satellite 6.7 is there a way to do a query of all hosts by a specific ip range (i.e. 192.168.1.*) to produce a list of servers assigned to that address? SM Started 2021-04-29T18:30:17+00:00 by Steve McKinney Newbie 5 points Log in to join the conversation Responses Sort By Oldest Sort By Newest Guru 16319 points 30 April 2021 12:37 PM RJ Hinton Community Leader Hi Steve, I think you can do this by creating a host group with the systems in that subnet. You'll have to make that host group first. Alternatively, if you have Ansible (paid or the non-tower-free version), you could send an "Ansible Playbook" to the clients on that subnet with the query you're interested in. I don't have a fast answer on how to harvest your specific hosts to a specific subnet, but you can't be the only one to do this. Regards,RJ Guru 16319 points 30 April 2021 12:46 PM RJ Hinton Community Leader Steve, stand by for another update from a true Satellite guru... Regards,RJ Red Hat Guru 2980 points 30 April 2021 12:48 PM Rich Jerrido An easy way to do this is via search. Try something like has_ip ~ "172.17.0.*" in your search bar on the "All Hosts" page. Alternatively, with the hammer command, you can do something like hammer host list --search "has_ip ~ "172.17.0.*"" Guru 16319 points 30 April 2021 12:49 PM RJ Hinton Community Leader Thanks Rich!