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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       services  -  Defines  the  sockets  and protocols used for
       Internet services

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]


DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The /etc/services file associates Internet  service  names
       and  aliases with the port number and protocol used by the
       service. Each service is listed in this file on  a  single
       line of the form:

       ServiceName  PortNumber/ProtocolName  Aliases

       The fields contain the following information: The official
       Internet service name.  The socket port  number  used  for
       the  service  and the transport protocol used for the service.
  A list of unofficial service names.

       Items on a line are separated by spaces or tabs.  Comments
       begin  with  a  # (number sign) and continue to the end of
       the line.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

       Entries in the /etc/services file for the  inetd  internal
       services might look like this:

       echo             7/tcp    echo             7/udp   discard
       9/tcp      sink null discard        9/udp       sink  null
       daytime         13/tcp    daytime         13/udp   chargen
       19/tcp      ttytst source chargen      19/tcp       ttytst
       source  ftp          21/tcp time         37/tcp      timeserver
 time         37/udp      timeserver

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Functions:  endservent(3),  getservbyname(3),   getservbyport(3), getservent(3), setservent(3)

       The RFC923 specification

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