AIX - NIC device explanation need


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Code:
CuAt:         name = "en6"         attribute = "alias4"         value = "10.176.x.127,255.255.x.x"         type = "R"         generic = "DU"         rep = "s"         nls_index = 0



There's your alias!
You positive you are not seeing it under the smitty menu's?
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Hello,

I don't see it on smitty tcpip
Code:
Move cursor to desired item and press Enter.

  Add an IPV6 Network Alias
  Add an IPV4 Network Alias
  Remove an IPV6 Network Alias
  Remove an IPV4 Network Alias  --> I select this

                       Available Network Interfaces                       |
                             |                                                                          |
                             | Move cursor to desired item and press Enter.                             |
                             |                                                                          |
                             |   en4           Standard Ethernet Network Interface                      |
                             |   en6           Standard Ethernet Network Interface                      |   --> I select en6
                             |   et0   03-00   IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface                    |
                             |   et1   03-01   IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface                    |
                             |   et2   04-00   IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface                    |
                             |   et3   04-01   IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface                    |
                             |   et4           IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface                    |
                             |   et5           IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface                    |
                             |   et6           IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Network Interface                    |
                             |                                                            

Type or select values in entry fields.
Press Enter AFTER making all desired changes.

                                                        [Entry Fields]
  Network INTERFACE                                   en6

* IPV4 ADDRESS (dotted decimal)                      []
  Network MASK (hexadecimal or dotted decimal)       []

--> There is no info about the alias IP

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