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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     addpppout - add a PPP outgoing entry.

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     /usr/sysadm/privbin/addppppout -c connName	-t connType -p phoneNum	-n
     loginName/sysName [ -w ] [	-a authType ] [	-x maxChannel ]	[ -i
     minChannel	] [ -e secWaitQuiet ] [	-l localIPAddr ] [ -r remoteIPAddr ] [
     -h	remoteHostName ] [ -y appType ]	[ -b baudRate ]	[ -fqsu	]

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     Addpppout adds a PPP outgoing entry to the	system to enable the system to
     call another host using the PPP protocol.	Please refer to	PPP(1M)	for a
     detailed description of the input parameters.

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

     -c	connName
	       The unique name given to	identify this entry.

     -t	connType
	       The type	of equipement at the physical layer. It	supports
	       "MODEM" and "ISDN" and is case insensitive.

     -p	phoneNum
	       The phone number	to call. One phoneNum option per phone number.

     -n	loginName/sysName
	       LoginName or sysName is the name	given to identify the outgoing

     -w	       if it is	specified, addpppout will request the user to enter a
	       password	on stdin that will be used to login to the remote
	       system.	-a authType It supports	"PAP", "CHAP", "NOPAP",	and
	       "NOCHAP"	and they are case insensitive.

     -x	maxChannel
	       It specifies the	maximum	number of channels to open during the

     -i	minChannel
	       It specifies the	minimum	number of channels to open at any time
	       during the call.

     -e	secWaitQuiet
	       It specifies the	number of seconds to wait before dropping the
	       line in quiet mode. This	is used	when the -q option is used to
	       select quiet mode.

     -l	localIPAddr
	       IP address of the local host in dotted notation.	 It is only
	       needed if the IP	address	is different from the IP address of
	       the local machine.

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     -r	remoteIPAddr
	       IP address of the remote	host in	dotted notation. If it is not
	       specified, the remote host address is obtained through
	       negotiation during handshaking.

     -h	remoteHostName
	       The name	of the remote host.  It	is required if the -f flag is

     -y	appType
	       The type	of applications	used after the call is open. When not
	       specified or specified as 0, it means simple applications and
	       no special parameters are added.	When it	is equal to 1, it
	       means Audio/Video application and special parameters are	added
	       to customize.

     -b	baudRate
	       The transmission	rate.

     -f	       Add the remote host name	and IP address into /etc/hosts file.

     -s	       Start up	this PPP call during system startup.

     -u	       Sdd default route for the remote	host.

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

     /etc/ppp.conf	  PPP configuration file
     /etc/uucp/Systems	  Phone	number entry file
     /etc/hosts		  System host name file

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

     PppManager(1M), runpriv(1M), addpppin(1M),	execppp(1M), removepppin(1M),
     removepppout(1M), stopppp(1M), ppp(1M).

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