You have not specified which container to put the 172.29.126.0
objects into because you want to split them between two containers.
You cannot do that. You cannot split a single subnet
(172.29.126.0) into multiple containers.
Here’s an improved location.conf file that I experimented with.
Note my changes. I gave Almeria a “0” network because of this problem.
NetView cannot place the routers into the desired containers
because they are in the same 172.29.126.0 IP-subnet which cannot be split
between Almeria and Alava.
NetView does not know where to place the 172.29.0.0 network.
Almeria or Alava, therefore, it simply puts it on the top-level map.
How are you spanning cities with the same subnet?
This cannot even be done manually with cut/paste without causing
the objects to go to the user plane (bad).
### NETWORK CONTAINERS
Spain 172 State
Lugo 172.17 City Spain
Lugo 172.22 City Spain
Lugo 172.29.62 City Spain
Almeria 0 City Spain
Alava 172.18 City Spain
Alava 172.21 City Spain
### ROUTERS AND THEIR CONTAINERS
Also, regardless of what you have been told or read, you do NOT
have to restart automatic map generation or create a new map to pickup changes
in this file.
Simply do the following to pick up additions:
Close and reopen the read/write map
To delete locations, edit them out of the location.conf file and
edit/delete the locations from the map.
I have a sandbox NetView that I can use if you need more
help. Just ask.