ADDNETTBLE (Add Network Table Entry) Command
The Add Network Table Entry (ADDNETTBLE) command is used to add a network
entry to the network table. You can use the network table to manage a list
of your networks and their associated Internet addresses.
Restriction: You must have system configuration (*IOSYSCFG) special
authority to use this command.
Specifies the name of the network to be added to the table.
Note: The combination of the values on the NETWORK and INTNETADR
parameters must be unique.
Specifies the Internet address of the network. Internet addresses are
expressed in the decimal form
where nnn is a number ranging from 0 through 255.
Specifies the alternate name for the network. You can specify a
maximum of 4 aliases. No checking is done to ensure that an alias is
*NONE: The network has no alternate name.
alias: Specify an alternate network name.
Specifies the text that briefly describes the network entry.
*BLANK: Text is not specified.
'network-description': Specify no more than 50 characters of text,
enclosed in apostrophes.
ADDNETTBLE NETWORK(NETONE) INTNETADR(22.214.171.124)
This command adds an entry for the network NETONE to the network table.
The Internet address for NETONE is 126.96.36.199.