ip host — global
address] no ip host
A static hostname that maps to one or more IP addresses
This command allows you to define an IP address for a hostname. Each hostname can have up to eight IP addresses associated with it. This is similar to a host file on a workstation (for example, the /etc/hosts file on Unix).
The name of a host.
Optional. The port to connect to on the host when using the telnet command.
The address assigned to the host.
The following commands define two IP hosts; the second one has two IP addresses:
ip host gateway1 10.10.1.1 ip host gateway2 10.10.1.2 10.10.1.3