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System Administration Guide: Network Services
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Index

Numbers and Symbols

& (ampersand), in autofs maps, Ampersand (&)
* (asterisk), in autofs maps, Asterisk (*)
\ (backslash) in maps
Master Autofs Map
Direct Autofs Maps
Indirect Autofs Maps
- (dash)
dial-code abbreviation, Phone Field in /etc/uucp/Systems File
in autofs map names, Maps That Refer to Other Maps
Line2 field placeholder, Line2 Field in the /etc/uucp/Devices File
Speed field placeholder, Speed Field in /etc/uucp/Systems File
. (dot)
rcp command syntax
How to Copy Files Between a Local and a Remote System (rcp)
How to Copy Files Between a Local and a Remote System (rcp)
= (equal sign), dial-code abbreviation, Phone Field in /etc/uucp/Systems File
+ (plus sign)
/etc/hosts.equiv file syntax
/etc/hosts.equiv File
/etc/hosts.equiv File
in autofs map names
Maps That Refer to Other Maps
Maps That Refer to Other Maps
# (pound sign)
comments in direct maps, Direct Autofs Maps
comments in indirect maps, Indirect Autofs Maps
comments in master map (auto_master), Master Autofs Map
/ (slash)
/- as master map mount point
Master Autofs Map
Mount Point /−
master map names preceded by, Master Autofs Map
root directory
mounting by diskless clients, About Autofs
~ (tilde)
abbreviated path names
Specifying Source and Target
Specifying Source and Target
rcp command syntax
How to Copy Files Between a Local and a Remote System (rcp)
How to Copy Files Between a Local and a Remote System (rcp)

A

-Ac option, sendmail command, Additional or Deprecated Command-Line Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
-Am option, sendmail command, Additional or Deprecated Command-Line Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
-a option
showmount command, showmount Command
umount command, umount Command
access control list (ACL) and NFS
description
NFS ACL Support
ACLs and nfsmapid in NFS Version 4
error message, Permission denied, NFS Error Messages
access server (PPP)
commands and files for configuring
PPPoE Access Server Commands and Files
/etc/ppp/pppoe File
/etc/ppp/pppoe File
configuring, for PPPoE
Setting Up a PPPoE Access Server
How to Modify an Existing /etc/ppp/pppoe File
Using PPPoE and PPP Files to Configure an Access Server
definition, PPPoE Overview
/etc/ppp/chap-secrets file, Using PPPoE and PPP Files to Configure an Access Server
/etc/ppp/options file, Using PPPoE and PPP Files to Configure an Access Server
/etc/ppp/pap-secrets file, Using PPPoE and PPP Files to Configure an Access Server
planning task map, Before Configuring a PPPoE Server
restricting an interface to PPPoE clients, How to Restrict the Use of an Interface to Particular Clients
task map for configuring, Major Tasks for Setting Up a PPPoE Tunnel (Task Maps)
ACU keyword of Type field, ACU Keyword
address assignment
PPP
Assigning Dynamic IP Addresses to Callers
Assigning Static IP Addresses to Callers
Assigning IP Addresses by sppp Unit Number
administrative commands (UUCP)
UUCP Administrative Programs
UUCP Administrative Programs
administrative files (UUCP)
cleanup, uudemon.cleanup Shell Script
execute files (X.)
UUCP Daemons
UUCP Administrative Files
lock files (LCK), UUCP Administrative Files
temporary data files (TM), UUCP Administrative Files
work files (C.)
UUCP Administrative Files
UUCP Administrative Files
aliasadm command, Contents of the /usr/bin Directory
aliases
creating
Mail Aliases
Mail Aliases
definition, Mail Aliases
/etc/mail/aliases file
/etc/mail/aliases File
/etc/mail/aliases File
loops, How to Check Mail Aliases
NIS+ mail_aliases table, NIS+ mail_aliases Table
NIS aliases map, NIS aliases Map
verifying, How to Check Mail Aliases
aliases.db file
How to Set Up a Local Mail Alias File
Contents of the /etc/mail Directory
aliases.dir file
How to Set Up a Local Mail Alias File
Contents of the /etc/mail Directory
aliases file
Contents of the /etc/mail Directory
Email for UUCP
aliases.pag file
How to Set Up a Local Mail Alias File
Contents of the /etc/mail Directory
ALL value in COMMANDS option, UUCP COMMANDS Option
already mounted message, Error Messages Generated by automount -v
alternative commands, sendmail command, Alternative sendmail Commands
ampersand (&), in autofs maps, Ampersand (&)
anon option, share command, NFS-Specific share Options
anonymous ftp
accounts, Authentication for Remote Logins (ftp)
setting up, How to Set Up Anonymous FTP Users
Any keyword
Grades file (UUCP)
Default Grade
UUCP ID-list Field
Speed field (UUCP), Speed Field in /etc/uucp/Systems File
Any Time field entry, UUCP /etc/uucp/Systems File
applications, hung, NFS Error Messages
ARCH map variable, Variables in a Map Entry
asppp, See asynchronous PPP (asppp)
asppp2pppd conversion script
converting to Solaris PPP 4.0, How to Convert From asppp to Solaris PPP 4.0
standard asppp configuration, Before Converting asppp Files
viewing files converted to Solaris PPP 4.0, How to View the Results of the Conversion
ASSERT error messages (UUCP)
Checking UUCP Error Messages
UUCP ASSERT Error Messages
UUCP ASSERT Error Messages
asterisk (*), in autofs maps, Asterisk (*)
asynchronous PPP (asppp)
configuring UUCP databases, Configuring UUCP Database Files
converting to Solaris PPP 4.0, How to Convert From asppp to Solaris PPP 4.0
difference from Solaris PPP 4.0, Why Use Solaris PPP 4.0?
documentation, Which Version of Solaris PPP to Use
files in a configuration, Before Converting asppp Files
asyncmap option (PPP), Using /etc/ppp/options.ttyname on a Dial-in Server
audio files, mailbox space requirements and, Mail Server
Australian National University (ANU) PPP, compatibility with Solaris PPP 4.0, Solaris PPP 4.0 Compatibility
auth option (PPP), How to Add PAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-in Server)
authenticatee (PPP), Authenticators and Authenticatees
authentication
See also authentication (PPP)
DH
DH Authentication
DH Authentication
fixing common problems, Diagnosing and Fixing Authentication Problems
remote logins using ftp command
Authentication for Remote Logins (ftp)
How to Open an ftp Connection to a Remote System
How to Open an ftp Connection to a Remote System
remote logins using rlogin command
Authentication for Remote Logins (rlogin)
.rhosts File
How to Log In to a Remote System (rlogin)
direct or indirect logins, Direct or Indirect Remote Logins
/etc/hosts.equiv file
/etc/hosts.equiv File
/etc/hosts.equiv File
network or remote system authentication
Authentication for Remote Logins (rlogin)
/etc/hosts.equiv File
Direct or Indirect Remote Logins
.rhosts files
.rhosts File
.rhosts File
RPC
Secure RPC
Secure RPC
UNIX
Secure NFS System
Secure RPC
authentication (PPP)
authenticatee, Authenticators and Authenticatees
authenticator, Authenticators and Authenticatees
configuring CHAP
See also Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP)
dial-in server
Configuring CHAP Authentication on the Dial-in Server
How to Add CHAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-in Server)
dial-out machine, How to Add CHAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-out Machine)
configuring CHAP credentials, How to Configure CHAP Authentication Credentials for the Trusted Callers
configuring CHAP credentials database, How to Create a CHAP Credentials Database (Dial-in Server)
configuring PAP
See also Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)
default policy, PPP Authentication
example of CHAP, Example of a Configuration Using CHAP Authentication
example of PAP, Example of a Configuration Using PAP Authentication
planning
Planning for Authentication on a Link
Example of a Configuration Using CHAP Authentication
prerequisites before configuring, Before You Set Up PPP Authentication
process diagram
for PAP, What Happens During PAP Authentication
secrets file
for PAP, How to Create a PAP Credentials Database (Dial-in Server)
for PPP, Authenticators and Authenticatees
support for leased lines, Authenticators and Authenticatees
task maps for configuring
Configuring PPP Authentication (Task Map)
Setting Up PAP Authentication (Task Maps)
Setting Up CHAP Authentication (Task Maps)
trusted callers, Authenticators and Authenticatees
authenticator (PPP), Authenticators and Authenticatees
auto_direct file, How to Set Up a Mail Client
auto_home map
/home directory, Setting Up a Common View of /home
/home directory server setup, How to Set Up /home With Multiple Home Directory File Systems
/home mount point
Master Autofs Map
Mount Point /home
auto_master map, How to Set Up a Secure NFS Environment With DH Authentication
autofs
administering maps, Administrative Tasks Involving Maps
browsability
Autofs Features
Disabling Autofs Browsability
consolidating project-related files, How to Consolidate Project-Related Files Under /ws
features, Autofs Features
/home directory, Setting Up a Common View of /home
home directory server setup, How to Set Up /home With Multiple Home Directory File Systems
maps
browsability and, Autofs Features
cachefs option, How to Access NFS File Systems by Using CacheFS
CD-ROM file system, How to Access CD-ROM Applications With Autofs
direct
Direct Autofs Maps
Direct Autofs Maps
hsfs option, How to Access CD-ROM Applications With Autofs
indirect
Indirect Autofs Maps
Indirect Autofs Maps
master
Master Autofs Map
Master Autofs Map
network navigation, How Autofs Navigates Through the Network (Maps)
PC–DOS file system, How to Access PC-DOS Data Diskettes With Autofs
pcfs option, How to Access PC-DOS Data Diskettes With Autofs
read-only file selection
How Autofs Selects the Nearest Read-Only Files for Clients (Multiple Locations)
How Autofs Selects the Nearest Read-Only Files for Clients (Multiple Locations)
referring to other maps
Maps That Refer to Other Maps
Maps That Refer to Other Maps
starting the navigation process
Mount Point /home
How Autofs Starts the Navigation Process (Master Map)
types, Administrative Tasks Involving Maps
variables
Variables in a Map Entry
Variables in a Map Entry
metacharacters
Autofs and Metacharacters
Ampersand (&)
mount process
Autofs Mount Process
Hierarchical Mounting
mounting file systems, Mounting With the Automounter
namespace data, Autofs Features
NFS URL and, How to Use NFS URLs With Autofs
non-NFS file system access
Accessing Non-NFS File Systems
How to Access PC-DOS Data Diskettes With Autofs
operating systems
supporting incompatible versions, How to Support Incompatible Client Operating System Versions
overview, About Autofs
public file handle and, How to Use a Public File Handle With Autofs
reference
Autofs Reference
Autofs and Special Characters
replicating shared files across several servers, How to Replicate Shared Files Across Several Servers
shared namespace access, How to Set Up Different Architectures to Access a Shared Namespace
special characters, Autofs and Special Characters
starting, How to Start the Automounter
stopping, How to Stop the Automounter
troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Autofs
unmounting process, Autofs Unmounting
Automatic Call Unit (ACU)
Devices file Type field, ACU Keyword
troubleshooting, How to Check for Faulty Modems or ACUs
UUCP hardware configuration, UUCP Hardware Configurations
automatic file-system sharing
Automatic File-System Sharing
Automatic File-System Sharing
Automatic File-System Sharing
automatic mounting
/var/mail directory
How to Set Up a Mail Client
Mail Server
automount command, automount Command
autofs and, About Autofs
error messages, Troubleshooting Autofs
modifying autofs master map (auto_master), How to Modify the Master Map
modifying direct autofs map, How to Modify Direct Maps
overview, How Autofs Works
-v option, Error Messages Generated by automount -v
when to run, Administrative Tasks Involving Maps
automountd daemon, automountd Daemon
autofs and, About Autofs
description, Autofs Features
mounting and, Autofs Features
overview
How Autofs Works
How Autofs Works
avoiding problems with ACLs in NFS, ACLs and nfsmapid in NFS Version 4
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