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Just replace your network name with the ID.

The Neutron CLI client is smart enough to detect whether it is a name or an ID.

So, your command would look like:

[root@ost-comp-3 ~]# neutron subnet-create <NETWORK-ID> 10.29.120.128/26 --name public-sub-120 --enable_dhcp=True --allocation-pool start=10.29.120.180,end=10.29.120.182 --dns_nameservers list=true xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

This happens when you have multiple entries with the same name.

Just replace your network name with the ID.

The Neutron CLI client is smart enough to detect whether it is a name or an ID.

So, your command would look like:

[root@ost-comp-3 ~]# neutron subnet-create <NETWORK-ID> 10.29.120.128/26 --name public-sub-120 --enable_dhcp=True --allocation-pool start=10.29.120.180,end=10.29.120.182 --dns_nameservers list=true xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx