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System Administration Guide: Network Services
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Accessing Remote Systems (Task Map)

This chapter provides tasks that are described in the following table to log in and copy files from remote systems.

Table 29-1 Task Map: Accessing Remote Systems

Task

Description

For Instructions

Log in to a remote system (rlogin)

  • Remove .rhosts files.

  • Use the rlogin command to access a remote system.

How to Search for and Remove .rhosts Files

How to Find Out If a Remote System Is Operating

How to Find Who Is Logged In to a Remote System

How to Log In to a Remote System (rlogin)

How to Log Out From a Remote System (exit)

Log in to a remote system (ftp)

  • Open and close anftp connection.

  • Copy files to and from a remote system.

How to Open an ftp Connection to a Remote System

How to Close an ftp Connection to a Remote System

How to Copy Files From a Remote System (ftp)

How to Copy Files to a Remote System (ftp)

Copy remote files with rcp

Use the rcp command to copy files to and from a remote system.

How to Copy Files Between a Local and a Remote System (rcp)

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