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System Administration Guide: Advanced Administration
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Managing Serial Ports (Task Map)

Task

Description

For Instructions

Perform console administration.

You might need to perform the following console administration tasks:

  • Set the ttymon console terminal type.

    Starting with the Solaris 10 release, you must use the svccfg command to specify the ttymon console terminal type.

  • Set the ttymon console terminal baud rate speed.

How to Set the ttymon Console Terminal Type

How to Set the Baud Rate Speed on the ttymon Console Terminal

Add a ttymon port monitor.

Use the sacadm command to add a ttymon port monitor.

How to Add a ttymon Port Monitor

View a ttymon port monitor status.

Use the sacadm command to view ttymon port monitor status.

How to View ttymon Port Monitor Status

Stop a ttymon port monitor.

Use the sacadm command to stop a ttymon port monitor.

How to Stop a ttymon Port Monitor

Start a ttymon port monitor.

Use the sacadm command to start a ttymon port monitor.

How to Start a ttymon Port Monitor

Disable a ttymon port monitor.

Use the sacadm command to disable a ttymon port monitor.

How to Disable a ttymon Port Monitor

Enable a ttymonport monitor.

Use the sacadm command to enable a ttymon port monitor.

How to Enable a ttymon Port Monitor

Remove a ttymon port monitor.

Use the sacadm command to remove a ttymon port monitor.

How to Remove a ttymon Port Monitor

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