To properly administer TCP/IP, you must have a basic understanding of
the various protocols that make up the TCP/IP suite, as well as TCP/IP daemons
and database files.
These topics are covered in
configure the TCP/IP protocol stack,
you are ready to administer TCP/IP. Administration consists of:
``Configuring TCP/IP client services''
``Setting interface parameters''
to directly change the netmask, broadcast address, and IP
address used at boot time.
to allow several local networks to appear as a single Internet
network to off-site hosts.
``Establishing user equivalence''
to enable users to log into their accounts on the local host from
remote hosts without a password.
``Using the Secure TCP (``Kerberized'') utilities''
to provide Kerberos Version 5 authentication for the
utilities for SCO OpenServer systems within an existing
Kerberos Version 5 realm.
``Setting up anonymous ftp''
to enable users without accounts on the local system to transfer
files via ftp to and from specified areas of your filesystem.
``Adding or removing pseudo-ttys''
to increase the number of pseudo-ttys available for use by
rlogin, telnet, and other programs.
``Configuring UUCP over TCP/IP''
to enable file and mail transfer between two hosts that may
not be running ftpd, rshd, and smtpd.
``Obtaining RFCs from the Internet''
to obtain additional information on TCP/IP protocols and applications
from sources on the Internet.
to reduce or eliminate TCP/IP errors.
For information on tuning your system for increased TCP/IP performance,
``Tuning TCP/IP performance''.
Configuring TCP/IP client services
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003