That is exactly what I use. It sets up at the foot end of my suspension (basically I just run the rope at that end through the "sock"), and after I get in the hammock I just sit up and pull the netting over me. I close up the foot end before I get in, and I get the end at the head after it is over me. Both close with a draw string and a barrel lock. I also pitch a ridgeline for this (and the tarp). This way, I can hang stuff inside the netting for me to get to in the night (i.e. light, towel, beanie, etc.). This is a really simple way to bug proof your hammock, and I have never had any problems out of it. Also, when it gets cold and no bugs are out, you can leave it behind and just bring the tarp.
"Fearless warriors in a picket fence, reckless abandon wrapped in common sense
Deep water faith in the shallow end and we are caught in the middle
With eyes wide open to the differences, the God we want and the God who is
But will we trade our dreams for His or are we caught in the middle" - Casting Crowns