COTSE - ADDSRVTBLE (Add Service Table Entry) Command
ADDSRVTBLE (Add Service Table Entry) Command
The Add Service Table Entry (ADDSRVTBLE) command is used to add a service
entry to the service table. You can use the service table to manage the mapping
of network services to ports and to record the protocols that the services use.
The service table is shipped with some standard port assignments. Values for
common functions supported by Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP) are available to the Internet community in the assigned numbers
RFC (Request for Comments) document, a formal specification of proposals
and standards for a portion of TCP/IP.
Restriction: You must have system configuration (*IOSYSCFG) special
authority to use this command.
SERVICE Specifies the name of the network service to be added to
the table. A service can be added to the table more than once. Each service must
be uniquely identified by a combination of the port number and the protocol name
PORT Specifies the port number assigned to the service. This value
must be greater than zero.
PROTOCOL Specifies the name of the protocol that the service uses.
You can specify a maximum of 32 characters for the protocol name. No checking is
done to ensure that the protocol exists.
ALIAS Specifies the alternate name for the network service. You
can specify a maximum of four aliases. No checking is done to ensure that an
alias is unique.
*NONE: The service has no alternate name.
alias: Specify an alternate service name.
TEXT Specifies the text that briefly describes the network service
*BLANK: Text is not specified.
'service-description': Specify no more than 50 characters of text,
enclosed in apostrophes.
ADDSRVTBLE SERVICE(FTP) PORT(21)
This command adds a service entry to the service table for the FTP network
service. The service uses port 21 and the TCP protocol.