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 stp(7) -- Scheduled Transfer Protocol
    STP is a data transfer protocol that uses small control messages to prearrange data movement. Buffers are allocated at the sending and the receiving end before the data transmission, allowing full-rate, noncongesting data flow between the end devices. The control and data may use different physical media, or may share a single physical medium. The rea system calls should be used to transfer data over STP sockets. By the very nature of STP, a send operation on an STP socket must have a correspond...
 streamio(7) -- STREAMS ioctl commands
    STREAMS [see intro(2)] ioctl commands are a subset of ioctl(2) system calls which perform a variety of control functions on streams. The arguments command and arg are passed to the file designated by fildes and are interpreted by the stream head. Certain combinations of these arguments may be passed to a module or driver in the stream. fildes is an open file descriptor that refers to a stream. command determines the control function to be performed as described below. arg represents additional i...
 sysctlr(7) -- Onyx and Challenge L/XL system controller communication device
    The system controller device is used by sysctlrd to communicate with the Onyx and Challenge L/XL system controller. The system controller sequences power, monitors sensors, and drives the LCD front panel. Through this driver, sysctlrd(1M) reads sensor information, displays front panel messages, retrieves log messages, drives the CPU performance meter, and handles alarms.
 t3270(7) -- Silicon Graphics 3270 interface card
 tcp(7) -- Internet Transmission Control Protocol
    The TCP protocol provides reliable, flow-controlled, two-way transmission of data. It is a byte-stream protocol used to support the SOCK_STREAM abstraction. TCP uses the standard Internet address format and, in addition, provides a per-host collection of "port addresses". Thus, each address is composed of an Internet address specifying the host and network, with a specific TCP port on the host identifying the peer entity. Sockets utilizing the tcp protocol are either "active" or "passive"....
 termio(7) -- general terminal interfaces
    All of the asynchronous communications ports use the same general interface, no matter what hardware is involved. The user interface to this functionality is via the ioctl calls described below, or the POSIX termios interface described in termios(3t). The remainder of this section discusses the common features of the terminal subsystem which are relevant to both of these interfaces.
 ticlts(7) -- loopback transport providers
    The devices known as ticlts, ticots, and ticotsord are ``loopback transport providers,'' that is, stand-alone networks at the transport level. Loopback transport providers are transport providers in every sense except one: only one host (the local machine) is ``connected to'' a loopback network. Loopback transports present a TPI (STREAMS-level) interface to application processes and are intended to be accesse...
 timod(7) -- Transport Interface cooperating STREAMS module
    <sys/timod.h> <sys/tiuser.h> <sys/tihdr.h> <sys/errno.h>
 tirdwr(7) -- Transport Interface read/write interface STREAMS module
    streamio(7), timod(7) intro(2), getmsg(2), putmsg(2), read(2), write(2), intro(3) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 2222
 tokenring(7) -- IRIS-4D Series Token Ring controllers
    Various error messages are printed by the kernel when a problem is encountered. The message is preceded by the controller name, for example, mtr0. If they occur repeatedly, contact your product support service for assistance. Use the mtrconfig(1M) command to determine the software revision number. Counts of Token Ring input and output errors can be displayed with the command netstat -i (see netstat(1M))....
 tps(7) -- SCSI tape interface
    Silicon Graphics systems support the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) for various tape drives, including QIC24 and QIC150 1/4" cartridges, 9-track, 8 mm video, Ampex DIS/DST series, DLT (digital linear tape), IBM 3590 and 3570, STK 9490 and 9840, STK SD3, Sony GY-10 and GY-2120, and DAT (digital audio tape) tape drives. Not all systems support all tape drives. Since so many different types of devices are supported, and not all their features can be determined directly from the drive, a co...
 trusted_networking(7) -- Trusted IRIX network administration: basic concepts.
    In the current release of Trusted IRIX, the policies enforced by the trusted networking code are as follows. Transmitted packet labels must fall within the label range of the destination host or network profile in the remote host database. Received packet labels must fall within the label range of the source host or network profile in the remote host database. Delivered data must have a label equal to the label of the receiving process. The uid of the delivered data must be permitted by the sock...
 ts(7) -- tape support
    The tape support (TS) system consists of a tape support driver, personality daemons, and a daemon to manage the personality daemons. For information on how to configure tape support, see the ts.config(4) man page. The tape support driver passes all device-dependent tasks, except for I/O processing, to a personality daemon. For optimal performance, I/O requests are processed in the driver. There is a personality daemon for each device type supported by the tape support ...
 tsd(7) -- TELNET server protocol STREAMS device
    /dev/tnclone - telnet stream clone device /dev/tty[ghij][0-0xff] - telnet streams terminals
 tsix(7) -- Trusted Security Information Exchange
    libt6(3N), iflabel(1m), rhost(1m), trusted_networking(7), satmpd(1m), satmp(7p), samp(7p) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
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