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AIX Version 4.3 Commands Reference, Volume 6

x_ls_net Command


Lists Xstation network types for the current host.




The x_ls_net command displays, for the current host, all the Xstation network types defined in the /etc/bootptab file. These are the network types you use when you add an Xstation to the host with the x_add_trm_120 or x_add_trm_130 command. The network type is displayed in the Type column, followed by the network, server port, and bootfile for each network type.


Access Control: Only the root user should have execute (x) access to this command.


To display the network type of each Xstation configured for the current host enter:


An example of a listing for a host with one Xstation network type follows:

Type            Network         Server port       Bootfile
x_st_mgr.ether   ethernet         9000             bootfile4


/usr/lpp/x_st_mgr/bin/x_ls_net Contains the x_ls_net command.
/etc/bootptab Contains the boot protocol table.

Related Information

The aixterm command, bootpd daemon, login command, pclient command, x_add_nfs_fpe command, x_add_trm_120 command, x_add_trm_130 command, x_add_trm_140 command, x_add_trm_150 command, x_add_trm_160 command, x_add_xst_fpe command, x_chg_net command, x_chg_trm_120 command, x_chg_trm_130 command, x_chg_trm_140 command, x_chg_trm_150 command, x_chg_trm_160 command, x_def_net command, x_ls_net command, x_ls_net_fp command, x_ls_trm command, x_rm_fpe command, x_rm_net command, x_rm_trm command.

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