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System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (NIS+)
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Part I About Naming and Directory Services

1.  Name Service Switch

Part II NIS+ Setup and Configuration

2.  NIS+: An Introduction

3.  NIS+ Setup Scripts

4.  Configuring NIS+ With Scripts

5.  Setting Up the NIS+ Root Domain

6.  Configuring NIS+ Clients

7.  Configuring NIS+ Servers

8.  Configuring an NIS+ Non-Root Domain

9.  Setting Up NIS+ Tables

Part III NIS+ Administration

10.  NIS+ Tables and Information

11.  NIS+ Security Overview

12.  Administering NIS+ Credentials

13.  Administering NIS+ Keys

14.  Administering Enhanced NIS+ Security Credentials

15.  Administering NIS+ Access Rights

16.  Administering NIS+ Passwords

17.  Administering NIS+ Groups

18.  Administering NIS+ Directories

19.  Administering NIS+ Tables

20.  NIS+ Server Use Customization

21.  NIS+ Backup and Restore

22.  Removing NIS+

23.  Information in NIS+ Tables

NIS+ Tables

NIS+ Tables and Other Name Services

NIS+ Table Input File Format

auto_home NIS+ Table

auto_master NIS+ Table

bootparams NIS+ Table

client_info NIS+ Table

cred NIS+ Table

ethers NIS+ Table

group NIS+ Table

hosts NIS+ Table

mail_aliases NIS+ Table

netgroup NIS+ Table

netmasks NIS+ Table

networks NIS+ Table

passwd NIS+ Table

protocols NIS+ Table

rpc NIS+ Table

services NIS+ Table

timezone NIS+ Table

Additional Default Tables

24.  NIS+ Troubleshooting

A.  NIS+ Error Messages

About NIS+ Error Messages

Common NIS+ Namespace Error Messages

B.  Updates to NIS+ During the Solaris 10 Release

Solaris 10 and NIS+



networks NIS+ Table

The networks table lists the networks of the Internet. This table is normally created from the official network table maintained at the Network Information Control Center (NIC), though you might need to add your local networks to it. It has four columns.

Table 23-11 networks Table

The official name of the network, supplied by the Internet
The official IP number of the network
An unofficial name for the network
An optional comment about the entry