Note: Network names are for presentation-only. All configuration settings are associated with the IP address, and changing the network name does not change the configuration. For example, if the name of IP address 220.127.116.11 is changed from Corporate to Corporate-A, all configuration settings associated with IP address 18.104.22.168 are retained.
The Named Networks page includes the following features:
|Enable Named Networks||Enables the display of named networks in the LSM.|
Note: Named networks can always be used, regardless of whether this option is selected. This option only toggles the LSM display of IP addresses.
|Always Show Fulloctet/Word||Controls the display of named networks when a named network prefix does not fall on an octet boundary in IPv4 or a word boundary in IPv6.|
Example: A user assigns the name <NamedNetwork> to IPv4 address 192.168.128.0/17. When this option is enabled, the LSM displays the address 192.168.129.1 as NamedNetworkIPv4:129.1. When this option is disabled, the LSM displays the address as NamedNetworkIPv4:1.1.
|Named Network Table||Displays all named networks currently configured on the device.|
- From the LSM menu, click System > Named Networks.
- Click Add a New Named Network.
- Enter the network name and the IPv4 or IPv6 address.
- Click Save.The new named network is added to the list.