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Table of Contents

  1. Document Information

  2. Preface

  3. Who Should Use This Book

  4. How the System Administration Volumes Are Organized

  5. Related Books

  6. Related Information

  7. Documentation, Support, and Training

  8. Typographic Conventions

  9. Shell Prompts in Command Examples

  10. Network Services Topics

  11. Network Service (Overview)

  12. Topics for the Solaris 10 Release

  13. Perl 5

  14. Managing Web Cache Servers

  15. Network Cache and Accelerator (Overview)

  16. Web Servers Using the Secure Sockets Layer Protocol

  17. Managing Web Cache Servers (Task Map)

  18. Planning for NCA

  19. Administering the Caching of Web Pages (Tasks)

  20. Caching Web Pages (Reference)

  21. Time-Related Services

  22. Clock Synchronization (Overview)

  23. Managing Network Time Protocol (Tasks)

  24. Using Other Time-Related Commands (Tasks)

  25. Network Time Protocol (Reference)

  26. Accessing Network File Systems Topics

  27. Managing Network File Systems (Overview)

  28. What's New With the NFS Service

  29. NFS Terminology

  30. About the NFS Service

  31. About Autofs

  32. Features of the NFS Service

  33. Network File System Administration (Tasks)

  34. Automatic File-System Sharing

  35. Mounting File Systems

  36. Setting Up NFS Services

  37. Administering the Secure NFS System

  38. WebNFS Administration Tasks

  39. Task Overview for Autofs Administration

  40. Strategies for NFS Troubleshooting

  41. NFS Troubleshooting Procedures

  42. Troubleshooting Autofs

  43. NFS Error Messages

  44. Accessing Network File Systems (Reference)

  45. NFS Files

  46. NFS Daemons

  47. NFS Commands

  48. Commands for Troubleshooting NFS Problems

  49. NFS Over RDMA

  50. How the NFS Service Works

  51. Autofs Maps

  52. How Autofs Works

  53. Autofs Reference

  54. SLP Topics

  55. SLP (Overview)

  56. SLP Architecture

  57. SLP Implementation

  58. Planning and Enabling SLP (Tasks)

  59. SLP Configuration Considerations

  60. Using snoop to Monitor SLP Activity

  61. Administering SLP (Tasks)

  62. Configuring SLP Properties

  63. Modifying DA Advertising and Discovery Frequency

  64. Accommodating Different Network Media, Topologies, or Configurations

  65. Modifying Timeouts on SLP Discovery Requests

  66. Deploying Scopes

  67. Deploying DAs

  68. SLP and Multihoming

  69. Incorporating Legacy Services

  70. When to Advertise Legacy Services

  71. Advertising Legacy Services

  72. Considerations When Advertising Legacy Services

  73. SLP (Reference)

  74. SLP Status Codes

  75. SLP Message Types

  76. Mail Services Topics

  77. Mail Services (Overview)

  78. What's New With Mail Services

  79. Other sendmail Information Sources

  80. Introduction to the Components of Mail Services

  81. Mail Services (Tasks)

  82. Task Map for Mail Services

  83. Planning Your Mail System

  84. Setting Up Mail Services (Task Map)

  85. Setting Up Mail Services

  86. Building the sendmail.cf Configuration File

  87. Setting SMTP to Use TLS

  88. Managing Mail Delivery by Using an Alternate Configuration

  89. Administering Mail Alias Files (Task Map)

  90. Administering Mail Alias Files

  91. Administering the Queue Directories (Task Map)

  92. Administering the Queue Directories

  93. Administering .forward Files (Task Map)

  94. Administering .forward Files

  95. Troubleshooting Procedures and Tips for Mail Services (Task Map)

  96. Troubleshooting Procedures and Tips for Mail Services

  97. Resolving Error Messages

  98. Mail Services (Reference)

  99. Solaris Version of sendmail

  100. Software and Hardware Components of Mail Services

  101. Mail Service Programs and Files

  102. Mail Addresses and Mail Routing

  103. Interactions of sendmail With Name Services

  104. Changes in Version 8.13 of sendmail

  105. Changes From Version 8.12 of sendmail

  106. Serial Networking Topics

  107. Solaris PPP 4.0 (Overview)

  108. Solaris PPP 4.0 Basics

  109. PPP Configurations and Terminology

  110. PPP Authentication

  111. Support for DSL Users Through PPPoE

  112. Planning for the PPP Link (Tasks)

  113. Overall PPP Planning (Task Map)

  114. Planning a Dial-up PPP Link

  115. Planning a Leased-Line Link

  116. Planning for Authentication on a Link

  117. Planning for DSL Support Over a PPPoE Tunnel

  118. Setting Up a Dial-up PPP Link (Tasks)

  119. Major Tasks for Setting Up the Dial-up PPP Link (Task Map)

  120. Configuring the Dial-out Machine

  121. Configuring the Dial-in Server

  122. Calling the Dial-in Server

  123. Setting Up a Leased-Line PPP Link (Tasks)

  124. Setting Up a Leased Line (Task Map)

  125. Configuring Synchronous Devices on the Leased Line

  126. Configuring a Machine on the Leased Line

  127. Setting Up PPP Authentication (Tasks)

  128. Configuring PPP Authentication (Task Map)

  129. Configuring PAP Authentication

  130. Configuring CHAP Authentication

  131. Setting Up a PPPoE Tunnel (Tasks)

  132. Major Tasks for Setting Up a PPPoE Tunnel (Task Maps)

  133. Setting Up the PPPoE Client

  134. Setting Up a PPPoE Access Server

  135. Fixing Common PPP Problems (Tasks)

  136. Solving PPP Problems (Task Map)

  137. Tools for Troubleshooting PPP

  138. Solving PPP-Related and PPPoE-Related Problems

  139. Fixing Leased-Line Problems

  140. Diagnosing and Fixing Authentication Problems

  141. Solaris PPP 4.0 (Reference)

  142. Using PPP Options in Files and on the Command Line

  143. Configuring User-Specific Options

  144. Specifying Information for Communicating With the Dial-in Server

  145. Configuring Modem Speed for a Dial-up Link

  146. Defining the Conversation on the Dial-up Link

  147. Authenticating Callers on a Link

  148. Creating an IP Addressing Scheme for Callers

  149. Creating PPPoE Tunnels for DSL Support

  150. Migrating From Asynchronous Solaris PPP to Solaris PPP 4.0 (Tasks)

  151. Before Converting asppp Files

  152. Running the asppp2pppd Conversion Script (Tasks)

  153. UUCP (Overview)

  154. UUCP Hardware Configurations

  155. UUCP Software

  156. UUCP Database Files

  157. Administering UUCP (Tasks)

  158. UUCP Administration (Task Map)

  159. Adding UUCP Logins

  160. Starting UUCP

  161. Running UUCP Over TCP/IP

  162. UUCP Security and Maintenance

  163. Troubleshooting UUCP

  164. UUCP (Reference)

  165. UUCP /etc/uucp/Systems File

  166. UUCP /etc/uucp/Devices File

  167. UUCP /etc/uucp/Dialers File

  168. Other Basic UUCP Configuration Files

  169. UUCP /etc/uucp/Permissions File

  170. UUCP /etc/uucp/Poll File

  171. UUCP /etc/uucp/Config File

  172. UUCP/etc/uucp/Grades File

  173. Other UUCP Configuration Files

  174. UUCP Administrative Files

  175. UUCP Error Messages

  176. Working With Remote Systems Topics

  177. Working With Remote Systems (Overview)

  178. What Is the FTP Server?

  179. What Is a Remote System?

  180. Changes to the FTP Service for the Solaris 10 Release

  181. What's New for the Solaris 9 FTP Server?

  182. Administering the FTP Server (Tasks)

  183. Administering the FTP Server (Task Map)

  184. Controlling FTP Server Access

  185. Setting Up FTP Server Logins

  186. Customizing Message Files

  187. Controlling Access to Files on the FTP Server

  188. Controlling Uploads and Downloads on the FTP Server

  189. Virtual Hosting

  190. Starting the FTP Server Automatically

  191. Shutting Down the FTP Server

  192. Debugging the FTP Server

  193. Configuration Help for Busy Sites

  194. Accessing Remote Systems (Tasks)

  195. Accessing Remote Systems (Task Map)

  196. Logging In to a Remote System (rlogin)

  197. Logging In to a Remote System (ftp)

  198. Remote Copying With rcp

  199. Monitoring Network Services Topics

  200. Monitoring Network Performance (Tasks)

  201. Monitoring Network Performance

  202. Glossary

  203. Index

  204. Index

  205. Index

  206. Index

  207. Index

  208. Index

  209. Index

  210. Index

  211. Index

  212. Index

  213. Index

  214. Index

  215. Index

  216. Index


 
 
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