addModem - add a modem to the system
/usr/sysadm/privbin/addModem name port speed command access
addModem is a privileged command that edits configuration files and
initializes a modem to prepare it to be used by higher-level software
such as cu(1C) or ppp(1M).
name This is the name of the modem in the /etc/uucp/Devices file.
port The serial port number this modem is attached to.
speed Baud rate to use to communicate with the modem.
command Initialization command for the modem, to prepare it for use by
access This should be either "Dial Out" if the modem is to be used for
dialing out only or "Dial Out and In" if the modem is to be
used both for dialing out and for receiving calls.
/etc/uucp/Devices Specifies name, device, and baud rate of modem.
/etc/inittab For incoming modems, a uugetty(1M) command is put
into the inittab(4) line for the serial device the
modem is attached to.
/dev/ttym* Serial device used to communicate with the modem.
cu(1C), sysmgr(1M), runpriv(1M), SerialDeviceManager(1M), ppp(1M),
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