Add a range of 12 IP Addresses - Cisco ASDM

I am looking to add a range of 10-12 IP addresses in Cisco ASDM along with subnet mask and gateway.  Is there a way to effectively add the range with a command via the ASDM, along with subnetting?
jduran04Asked:
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Benjamin Van DitmarsCommented:
where do you want to add the addresses. are they external addresses.
and 12 addresses ? strange number. it's 8 and next is 16 addresses.

if they are wan addresses. add an static arp entry and bind them to the mac address of youre wan interface.
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Craig BeckCommented:
If you're going to be adding them for NAT statements, just create the NAT rules.  There's usually no need to add the actual addresses as long as the WAN interface has one address from that range.
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