names and numbers for the Internet
The file /etc/networks lists networks on the
Internet. Each line describes a single network and
consists of the following blank separated fields:
name number aliases ...
The routines which search this file ignore comments
(portions of lines beginning with ``#'') and blank
is the official name of the network. All hosts on the
Internet should use the same official name for a given
is the network number, which serves as part of the
Internet address for each host on the
Internet. All hosts on the Internet must use the same
number for a given network.
is a blank-separated list of local aliases for the
# Building 1 Internet
xyz-i88 128.212.64 # General
xyz-tcp 128.212.65 # TCP/IP Development
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