Server network services
Server network services include controlling remote access, starting or stopping TCP/IP, and managing the pty device driver, as shown in this table.
The pty device driver is installed automatically with the system. By default, it is configured to support 16 BSD-style symbolic links, and it is available for use by the system at boot time.
|Task||SMIT fast path||Command or file|
|Controlling remote access||See "Remote Command Execution Access" and "Restricted File Transfer Program Users" in Security.|
|Start, restart, or stop TCP/IP subsystems||smit otherserv||See System Resource Control.|
|Change/show characteristics of the pty device driver||smit chgpty||chdev -l pty0 -P -a num=X where X ranges from 0 to 64|
|Make the pty device driver unavailable for use||smit pty then select Remove the PTY; Keep Definition||No related command or file.|
|Make the pty device driver available for use||smit pty then select Configure the Defined PTY||No related command or file.|
|Generate an error report||smit errpt||No related command or file.|
|Trace the pty||smit trace||No related command or file.|