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System Administration Guide: Network Services
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O

-O option, mount command, Using the mount Command
-o option
mount command, Using the mount Command
share command
Non-File-System-Specific share Options
Setting Access Lists With the share Command
octal numbers escape character, UUCP /etc/uucp/Dialers File
open errors, NFS and, NFS Version 3 Protocol
OPEN share support, NFS version 4, OPEN Share Support in NFS Version 4
opening remote system connections
How to Open an ftp Connection to a Remote System
How to Open an ftp Connection to a Remote System
openssl command and sendmail, How to Set SMTP to Use TLS
operating systems
map variables, Variables in a Map Entry
supporting incompatible versions, How to Support Incompatible Client Operating System Versions
options (PPP)
asyncmap, Using /etc/ppp/options.ttyname on a Dial-in Server
auth, How to Add PAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-in Server)
call
How to Call the Dial-in Server
/etc/ppp/peers/peer-name File
connect
How to Define the Connection With an Individual Peer
Invoking the Chat Script
crtscts, How to Define Communications Over the Serial Line
debug, How to Turn on PPP Debugging
guidelines for use, Using PPP Options in Files and on the Command Line
init
How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
Using /etc/ppp/options.ttyname on a Dial-in Server
local, How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
login
How to Add PAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-in Server)
Using the login Option With /etc/ppp/pap-secrets
name, How to Add PAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-out Machine)
noauth
How to Define the Connection With an Individual Peer
How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
noccp, How to Configure Users of the Dial-in Server
noipdefault, How to Define the Connection With an Individual Peer
noservice, Using PPPoE and PPP Files to Configure an Access Server
option privileges, Effects of Option Privileges
parsing by the pppd daemon, How PPP Options Are Processed
passive, How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
persist, How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
sync, How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
xonxoff, How to Define Communications Over the Serial Line (Dial-in Server)
options file, in PPP, How to Define Communications Over the Serial Line
options in sendmail command
command-line options from version 8.12
submit.cf Configuration File From Version 8.12 of sendmail
Additional or Deprecated Command-Line Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
Additional Arguments for the PidFile and ProcessTitlePrefix Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
command-line options in version 8.13, Additional Command-Line Options in Version 8.13 of sendmail
configuration file options in version 8.13, Additional and Revised Configuration File Options in Version 8.13 of sendmail
PidFile option, Additional Arguments for the PidFile and ProcessTitlePrefix Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
ProcessTitlePrefix option, Additional Arguments for the PidFile and ProcessTitlePrefix Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
options.ttyname file (PPP), See /etc/ppp/options.ttyname
OSNAME map variable, Variables in a Map Entry
OSREL map variable, Variables in a Map Entry
ostype directory, Contents of the /etc/mail/cf Directory
OSVERS map variable, Variables in a Map Entry
OTHER option of Permissions file, UUCP MACHINE Entry for OTHER
overlaying already mounted file system, Using the mount Command
owner- prefix, mail alias with, Mailbox Files
owner- prefix and mailbox names, Mailbox Files
owner-owner and mailbox names, Mailbox Files

P

p escape character, Dialers file, UUCP /etc/uucp/Dialers File
packet size, configuring for SLP, Configuring the Packet Size
PAP credentials database
creating
for a dial-in server, How to Create a PAP Credentials Database (Dial-in Server)
for trusted callers, How to Configure PAP Authentication Credentials for the Trusted Callers
creating for a dial-in server, How to Create a PAP Credentials Database (Dial-in Server)
parity
Dialers file, Setting Parity in the /etc/uucp/Dialers File
Systems file, Setting Parity in /etc/uucp/Systems File
passive mode, UUCP SENDFILES Option
passive option (PPP), How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
passwd file, enabling UUCP logins, How to Add UUCP Logins
Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)
authentication process, What Happens During PAP Authentication
configuring
on a dial-in server, How to Add PAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-in Server)
trusted callers
How to Configure PAP Authentication Credentials for the Trusted Callers
How to Configure PAP Authentication Credentials for the Trusted Callers
How to Add PAP Support to the PPP Configuration Files (Dial-out Machine)
creating a PAP credentials database, How to Create a PAP Credentials Database (Dial-in Server)
definition, Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)
/etc/ppp/pap-secrets file, /etc/ppp/pap-secrets File
example configuration, Example of a Configuration Using PAP Authentication
planning, Configuring PAP Authentication
suggestions for passwords, Creating PAP Passwords
task maps, Setting Up PAP Authentication (Task Maps)
using the login option, Using the login Option With /etc/ppp/pap-secrets
passwords
authentication for remote logins
ftp command
Authentication for Remote Logins (ftp)
How to Open an ftp Connection to a Remote System
rlogin command
Authentication for Remote Logins (rlogin)
Direct or Indirect Remote Logins
How to Log In to a Remote System (rlogin)
autofs and superuser passwords, About Autofs
DH password protection, Secure RPC
Secure RPC password creation, How to Set Up a Secure NFS Environment With DH Authentication
UUCP privileged
UUCP VALIDATE Option
UUCP VALIDATE Option
path names
rcp command
absolute or abbreviated
Specifying Source and Target
Specifying Source and Target
syntax options
Specifying Source and Target
Specifying Source and Target
tilde (~) in
Specifying Source and Target
Specifying Source and Target
pathconf: no info message, Miscellaneous Error Messages
pathconf: server not responding message, Miscellaneous Error Messages
PC-DOS files, accessing with autofs, How to Access PC-DOS Data Diskettes With Autofs
pcfs option, autofs maps, How to Access PC-DOS Data Diskettes With Autofs
peer
access server
PPPoE Overview
Before Configuring a PPPoE Server
authenticatee, Authenticators and Authenticatees
authenticator, Authenticators and Authenticatees
definition, PPP Configurations and Terminology
dial-in server, Dial-up PPP Overview
dial-out machine, Dial-up PPP Overview
leased-line peer, Parts of a Leased-Line PPP Link
PPPoE client
PPPoE Overview
Before Configuring a PPPoE Client
penril entry in Dialers file, UUCP /etc/uucp/Dialers File
percent sign (%) in mailbox names, Mailbox Files
Perl 5, introduction, Perl 5
Permission denied message, NFS Error Messages
permissions
copying requirements, How to Copy Files Between a Local and a Remote System (rcp)
NFS version 3 improvement, NFS Version 3 Protocol
Permissions file
CALLBACK option
UUCP CALLBACK Option
UUCP CALLBACK Option
changing node name, UUCP MYNAME Option
COMMANDS option
UUCP COMMANDS Option
UUCP COMMANDS Option
UUCP Forwarding
considerations
UUCP Considerations
UUCP Considerations
description
UUCP Database Files
UUCP /etc/uucp/Permissions File
dialback permissions
UUCP CALLBACK Option
UUCP CALLBACK Option
file transfer permissions
UUCP REQUEST Option
UUCP NOREAD and NOWRITE Options
format, UUCP Structuring Entries
forwarding operation, UUCP Forwarding
LOGNAME
combining with MACHINE, Combining MACHINE and LOGNAME Entries for UUCP
description, UUCP Structuring Entries
login IDs for remote computers, UUCP Considerations
MACHINE
combining with LOGNAME, Combining MACHINE and LOGNAME Entries for UUCP
default permissions or restrictions, UUCP Considerations
description, UUCP Structuring Entries
OTHER option, UUCP MACHINE Entry for OTHER
MYNAME option, UUCP MYNAME Option
NOREAD option, UUCP NOREAD and NOWRITE Options
NOWRITE option, UUCP NOREAD and NOWRITE Options
OTHER option, UUCP MACHINE Entry for OTHER
READ option
UUCP READ and WRITE Options
UUCP READ and WRITE Options
remote execution permissions
UUCP COMMANDS Option
UUCP VALIDATE Option
REQUEST option, UUCP REQUEST Option
security set up, Setting Up UUCP Security
SENDFILES option, UUCP SENDFILES Option
structuring entries, UUCP Structuring Entries
uucheck command and, UUCP Administrative Programs
uuxqt daemon and, UUCP Daemons
VALIDATE option
UUCP VALIDATE Option
UUCP VALIDATE Option
WRITE option, UUCP READ and WRITE Options
Permit-type field of Grades file, UUCP Permit-type Field
persist option (PPP), How to Configure a Machine on a Leased Line
Phone field of Systems file, Phone Field in /etc/uucp/Systems File
PidFile option, sendmail command, Additional Arguments for the PidFile and ProcessTitlePrefix Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
ping command
Changing Default Timeouts
How to Find Out If a Remote System Is Operating
Monitoring Network Performance
How to Check the Response of Hosts on the Network
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
Point-to-Point Protocol, See PPP
Poll file
description
UUCP Database Files
UUCP /etc/uucp/Poll File
format, UUCP /etc/uucp/Poll File
polling remote computers (UUCP)
UUCP Database Files
UUCP /etc/uucp/Poll File
Port Selector variable in Devices file, Port Selector
portmapper, mounting and, How File Systems Are Mounted
ports
Devices file entry, Line Field in the /etc/uucp/Devices File
UUCP, How to Activate UUCP for TCP/IP
postmaster alias, creating, Managing the postmaster Alias
postmaster mailbox
creating, How to Create a Separate Mailbox for postmaster
description, Mailbox Files
testing, How to Test the Mail Configuration
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
PPP
authentication
PPP Authentication
PPP Authentication Protocols
chat script examples, How to Create the Instructions for Calling a Peer
common problems, Tools for Troubleshooting PPP
compatibility, Solaris PPP 4.0 Compatibility
converting from asynchronous PPP, How to Convert From asppp to Solaris PPP 4.0
dial-up link, Dial-up PPP Overview
difference with asppp, Why Use Solaris PPP 4.0?
DSL support, Support for DSL Users Through PPPoE
file privileges, How PPP Configuration File Privileges Work
ISDN support, Using ISDN Terminal Adapters With a Dial-out Machine
leased-line link, Leased-Line PPP Overview
options for configuration files
See options (PPP)
overview, Solaris PPP 4.0 Basics
parts of a link
PPP Configurations and Terminology
Parts of a PPPoE Configuration
pppd
See also pppd command
PPPoE, PPPoE Overview
problem solving
See also troubleshooting PPP
related RFCs, Requests for Comments (RFCs) About PPP
resources, external, Where to Go for More Information About PPP
summary of configuration files, Where to Define PPP Options
task map for PPP planning, Overall PPP Planning (Task Map)
pppd command
definition, Where to Define PPP Options
initiating a call, How to Call the Dial-in Server
obtaining diagnostics
How to Obtain Diagnostic Information From pppd
How to Obtain Diagnostic Information From pppd
How to Obtain Diagnostic Information for PPPoE
parsing options, How PPP Options Are Processed
testing a DSL line, How to Define a PPPoE Access Server Peer
turning on debugging, How to Turn on PPP Debugging
pppdebug log file, How to Obtain Diagnostic Information for PPPoE
PPPoE
configuring an access server
Setting Up a PPPoE Access Server
How to Modify an Existing /etc/ppp/pppoe File
How to Restrict the Use of an Interface to Particular Clients
DSLAM, PPPoE at a Telephone Company
fixing common problems
How to Obtain Diagnostic Information for PPPoE
How to Obtain Diagnostic Information for PPPoE
How to Obtain Diagnostic Information for PPPoE
list of commands and files, Creating PPPoE Tunnels for DSL Support
obtaining snoop traces, How to Obtain Diagnostic Information for PPPoE
overview, PPPoE Overview
planning for the tunnel
Planning for DSL Support Over a PPPoE Tunnel
Before Configuring a PPPoE Client
Example of a Configuration for a PPPoE Tunnel
Example of a PPPoE Server Configuration
providing services from an access server
/etc/ppp/pppoe File
/etc/ppp/pppoe.device File
task maps for configuring, Major Tasks for Setting Up a PPPoE Tunnel (Task Maps)
PPPoE client
access server and, /etc/ppp/peers/peer-name File for Defining an Access Server Peer
commands, PPPoE Client Commands and Files
configuring, How to Configure an Interface for a PPPoE Client
defining an access server, How to Define a PPPoE Access Server Peer
definition, PPPoE Overview
equipment, Before Configuring a PPPoE Client
/etc/ppp/peers/peer-name file usage (PPPoE), /etc/ppp/peers/peer-name File for Defining an Access Server Peer
files, PPPoE Client Commands and Files
planning
Before Configuring a PPPoE Client
Prerequisites for Setting Up the PPPoE Client
task map for configuring, Major Tasks for Setting Up a PPPoE Tunnel (Task Maps)
pppoe.so shared object
pppoe.so Plugin
pppoe.so Shared Object
pppoec utility
definition, /usr/lib/inet/pppoec Utility
obtaining diagnostics, How to Obtain Diagnostic Information for PPPoE
pppoed daemon
definition, /usr/lib/inet/pppoed Daemon
starting, How to Set Up a PPPoE Access Server
.ppprc file
creating, How to Configure Users of the Dial-in Server
definition, Where to Define PPP Options
privileges, File Privileges
praliases command, Contents of the /usr/bin Directory
preserve_local_plus_detail FEATURE() declaration, Changes to the FEATURE() Declaration From Version 8.12 of sendmail
preserve_luser_host FEATURE() declaration, Changes to the FEATURE() Declaration From Version 8.12 of sendmail
printing
list of remotely mounted directories, showmount Command
list of shared or exported files, showmount Command
problems with ACLs in NFS, avoiding, ACLs and nfsmapid in NFS Version 4
process diagram, for CHAP, What Happens During CHAP Authentication
processor type map variable, Variables in a Map Entry
ProcessTitlePrefix option, sendmail command, Additional Arguments for the PidFile and ProcessTitlePrefix Options From Version 8.12 of sendmail
programs, hung, NFS Error Messages
projects, consolidating files, How to Consolidate Project-Related Files Under /ws
protocol definitions in Devices file
Protocol Definitions in /etc/uucp/Devices File
Protocol Definitions in /etc/uucp/Devices File
proxy advertisement (SLP)
Advertising Legacy Services
Using SLP Proxy Registration to Advertise
proxy registration (SLP)
SLP Proxy Registration
Using SLP Proxy Registration to Advertise
multihomed hosts, Proxy Advertising on Multihomed Hosts
pstack command, pstack Command
public directory maintenance (UUCP), UUCP Public Directory
public file handle
autofs and, How to Use a Public File Handle With Autofs
mounting and, How File Systems Are Mounted
NFS mounting with, Solaris 7 Extensions for NFS Mounting
WebNFS and, Planning for WebNFS Access
public-key cryptography
common key, DH Authentication
conversation key, DH Authentication
database of public keys
Secure RPC
DH Authentication
DH authentication
DH Authentication
DH Authentication
secret key
database, DH Authentication
deleting from remote server, Using Secure RPC With NFS
time synchronization, DH Authentication
public-key map
DH authentication, DH Authentication
enabling secure NFS, How to Set Up a Secure NFS Environment With DH Authentication
public option
in dfstab file, How to Enable WebNFS Access
mount command
How to Mount an NFS File System Through a Firewall
mount Options for NFS File Systems
share error message, NFS Error Messages
WebNFS and, Planning for WebNFS Access
put command (FTP), example, How to Copy Files to a Remote System (ftp)
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