Sorry for the late summary.
Rob Pieters <email@example.com>
Larry Williamson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ryan Permeh <email@example.com>
"Lajos Moczar" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Louis Hoo <email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org (Celeste Stokely)
Tim Carlson <email@example.com>
> I would like to set up a Sparc20 running Solaris 2.x as a PPP server.
> The SPARC is currently attached to a large ethernet network, and I want
> to be able to connect to it from a Mac at home and use applications
> that require TCP/IP.
> What I can fo so far is dialup from home to a terminal server from where
> I can telnet to the SPARC. I have searched the internet but most of the
> info I found refers to setting up a SPARC to be connected to the internet
> Can I please get some pointers from people that have done this before?
Stokely Consulting's Unix Serial Port Resources page at:
Solaris ppp software (SUNWapppr, SUNWapppu and SUNWpppk)
- Several people suggested to avoid that...
PPP on terminal server (configure a port to use ppp as default protocol):
If host is rebooted, connections are not lost; of course while
the reboot is taking place, no new authentications are taking place
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