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IPX_INTERNAL_NET

IPX_INTERNAL_NET

Section: Maintenance Commands (8) Updated: IPX Utilities
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NAME

ipx_internal_net - add or delete the IPX internal network  

SYNOPSIS

ipx_internal_net add network_number node_number

ipx_internal_net del  

DESCRIPTION

ipx_internal_net adds or deletes the IPX internal network. An IPX internal network is a special kind of IPX interface that does not have a physical device or frame type. It is used to provide a route-independent address for service providers. Internal networks are optional; however, when one is present it is also the Primary Interface. There can only be one internal network per host. The node number defaults to 1 if a second arg is not given to the "add" command.  

OPTIONS

add
This option is used to create the IPX internal network.
del
This option is used to delete the IPX internal network.
 

FILES

/proc/net/ipx_interface /proc/net/ipx_route  

BUGS

This functionality really belongs in ifconfig(8).  

AUTHOR

Greg Page <greg.page@caldera.com>


 

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NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
FILES
BUGS
AUTHOR

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