Where is the zerotier zone defined?

On my RUTX11, os version RUTX_R_00.07.06.3
I installed zerotier from the Services menu and am using it successfully so far.

In Network / Firewall / General Settings / Zones
I can see three zones defined:
wan, lan, zerotier

I can see where the wan interface is defined:
Network / WAN / WAN / Physical Settings & Firewall settings

I can see where the lan interface is defined:
Network / LAN / lan / General Settings / IPv4 address & Physical Settings & Firewall settings

BUt, where is the zerotier interface defined?
there should be at least an IPv4 adress range.

thanks, mc

While there is nothing in the RUTOS gui,
I have found in /etc/config/firewall

config zone '42'
option name 'zerotier'
option input 'ACCEPT'
option device 'zt+'
option output 'ACCEPT'
option forward 'ACCEPT'

Maybe this is sufficient?
I also thought there also be a statement in /etc/config/network
something like:

config interface 'zerotier'
option ifname 'zt+'

or in the gui, an entry in network / lan interfaces?

I found the answer in
community.teltonika-networks.com/42785/zerotier-network-missing-from-zone
(on my 87th search).

1 It seems it is not necessary to create an ‘interface’ zerotier,
one can just use the ‘zt+’ device.

2 the option name ‘zerotier’ creates the zerotier zone.

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