Any NETSTAT command, or any display using a NETSTAT command that requires the name of the TCPIP stack fails if the stackname starts with the letter "I".
Result: IPCALL34 NETSTAT parameter (INTERVAL) not supported
NETSTAT TTLS TCP IPTCP1 CONN 000000FE DETAIL
fails to return any output.
IPTCP1 is the valid stack name
Changing the command to
NETSTAT TTLS TCP=IPTCP1 CONN 000000FE DETAIL
Removing TCP IP1NET works, but this appears to be hardcoded for some displays.
an XDB debug suggests it is matching on the I of IP1NET and thinking it is the INTERVAL parmeter then flagging up and error that INTERVAL is invalid
Debug suggests it is matching on the I of IP1NET and thinking it is the INTERVAL parameter then flagging up an error that the INTERVAL is invalid