IP pooling entails combining more than one IP as a single VMTA entry in a client’s organization. This gives a client the ability to send to each IP in the pool.
Every IP has its own associated VMTA. An IP pool combines every IP’s VMTA into a single VMTA entry/name in client’s organization.
Details such as list of IPs, pool name and Org name are needed before an IP pool setup can begin. Please work with our deliverability team for more insights and benefits around pooling your ISPs.
Do not follow the steps below until your sales representative or client success director places the order and a case is raised. Implementing these steps can cause harm to your system. Do not complete until directed to so do by a provisioning specialist.
Here is the IP pooling process:
- The client submits a case.
- The provisioning team confirms the IPs/VMTAs that should be pooled.
- The client lists all the IPs to be pooled and the pool name.
- The provisioning team confirms preferred pool name.
- The provisioning team confirms the organizations that the IP pool should be associated with.
- Upon receipt of necessary information, the provisioning team works with additional back-end team to pool ISPs.
- When back-end configuration is completed, the provisioning team adds the pool name to VMTA server settings of client’s organization.
- The client is updated via the case, then the case is closed.
Our client support team is available to assist you in navigating your new organization and utilizing your IP pool.