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System Administration Guide: Network Services
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What Is a Remote System?

For the purpose of this chapter, a remote system is a workstation or server that is connected to the local system with any type of physical network and configured for TCP/IP communication.

On systems running a Solaris release, TCP/IP configuration is established automatically during startup. For more information, see System Administration Guide: IP Services.

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