Network Service Alias Configuration

A network service alias is a set of configurations that consist of protocol and port mappings. Both source and destination ports are configurable. For each protocol, up to 2 source port ranges and up to 2 destination port ranges can be configured. A maximum of 4 protocol entries can be configured per network service alias.

Use a service alias to associate more than one IP address to a network interface, providing multiple connections to a network from a single IP node.

To define a service alias configuration:

  1. Select Configuration → Network from the Web UI.
  2. Select Alias from the Network menu options on the left-hand side of the UI.
  3. Select the Network Service Alias tab. The screen displays existing network service alias configurations.
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