flag allow-iso-addr

Syntax:

                  flag allow-iso-addr
                  flag allow-iso-prefix
                  flag allow-iso-sysid

Mode: Configuration Mode

Description:

Usually, ip addresses types do not accept ISO addresses be configured, flag allow-iso-addr, flag allow-iso-prefix, and, flag allow-iso-sysid allow the corresponding ISO addresses or prefixes be configured with ip address types.

Example:

        object allowed-user {
            help "Example user entries";
            flag remove-empty;

            attribute host-address {
                help "Host IP address";
                flag setof list;
                flag allow-iso-addr;
                type ipv4addr;
            }
        }

Display:

        user@router# set jnx-example allowed-user host-address?
        Possible completions:
        + host-address         Host IP or ISO address
        [edit]
        user@router# set jnx-example allowed-user host-address 47.1234.0000.1234.01

        [edit]
        user@router# set jnx-example allowed-user host-address 192.168.37.201

        [edit]
        user@router# show jnx-example
        allowed-user {
            host-address [ 47.1234.0000.1234.01 192.168.37.201 ];
        }

        [edit]
        user@router#

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