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ttyadm(1M)		System Administration Commands		    ttyadm(1M)

NAME
       ttyadm -	format and output port monitor-specific	information

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/sbin/ttyadm	 [-b]  [-c] [-h] [-I] [-r count] [-i msg] [-m modules]
       [-p prompt] [-t timeout]	[-S y |	n]  [-T	termtype] -d device  -l	ttyla-
       bel -s service

       /usr/sbin/ttyadm	-V

DESCRIPTION
       The  ttyadm  command  is	 an  administrative  command that formats tty-
       mon(1M)-specific	information and	writes it to standard output. The Ser-
       vice Access Facility (SAF) requires each	port monitor to	provide	such a
       command.	Note that the port monitor administrative file is  updated  by
       the Service Access Controller's administrative commands,	sacadm(1M) and
       pmadm(1M). ttyadm provides a means of presenting	formatted  port	 moni-
       tor-specific (ttymon-specific) data to these commands.

OPTIONS
       The following options are supported:

       -b    Set  the ``bi-directional port'' flag. When this flag is set, the
	     line can be used in both directions. ttymon will allow  users  to
	     connect  to the service associated	with the port, but if the port
	     is	free, uucico(1M), cu(1C), or ct(1C) can	 use  it  for  dialing
	     out.

       -c    Set  the  connect-on-carrier flag for the port. If	the -c flag is
	     set, ttymon will invoke the port's	associated service immediately
	     when  a  connect  indication  is  received	(that is, no prompt is
	     printed and no baud-rate searching	is done).

       -d device
	     device is the full	pathname of the	device file for	the TTY	port.

       -h    Set the hangup flag for the port. If the -h flag is not set, tty-
	     mon will force a hangup on	the line by setting the	speed to 0 be-
	     fore setting the speed to the default or specified	value.

       -i message
	     Specify the inactive (disabled) response  message.	 This  message
	     will  be sent to the TTY port if the port is disabled or the tty-
	     mon monitoring the	port is	disabled.

       -I    Initialize	only.  If the -I option	is used,  ttymon  will	invoke
	     the  service only once.  This can be used to configure a particu-
	     lar device	without	actually monitoring it,	as with	software  car-
	     rier.

       -l ttylabel
	     Specify  which  ttylabel  in  the /etc/ttydefs file to use	as the
	     starting point when searching for the proper baud rate.

       -m modules
	     Specify a list of pushable	STREAMS	modules. The modules  will  be
	     pushed  in	 the order in which they are specified before the ser-
	     vice is invoked. modules must be a	comma-separated	list  of  mod-
	     ules,  with no white space	included. Any modules currently	on the
	     stream will be popped before these	 modules are pushed.

       -p prompt
	     Specify the prompt	message, for example, ``login:''.

       -r count
	     When the -r option	is invoked, ttymon will	wait until it receives
	     data  from	 the  port before it displays a	prompt.	If count is 0,
	     ttymon will wait until it receives	any  character.	 If  count  is
	     greater  than  0, ttymon will wait	until count newlines have been
	     received.

       -s service
	     service is	the full pathname of the service to be invoked when  a
	     connection	 request  is  received.	If arguments are required, the
	     command and its arguments must be enclosed	in  double  quotes  ("
	     ").

       -S y|n
	     Set the software carrier value.  y	will turn software carrier on.
	     n will turn software carrier off.

       -t timeout
	     Specify that ttymon should	close a	port if	the open on  the  port
	     succeeds, and no input data is received in	timeout	seconds.

       -T termtype
	     Set the terminal type.  The TERM environment variable will	be set
	     to	termtype.

       -V    Display the version number	 of  the  current  /usr/lib/saf/ttymon
	     command.

OUTPUT
       If successful, ttyadm will generate the requested information, write it
       to  standard output, and	exit with a status of 0. If ttyadm is  invoked
       with  an	invalid	number of arguments or invalid arguments, or if	an in-
       complete	option is specified, an	error message will be written to stan-
       dard error and ttymon will exit with a non-zero status.

FILES
       /etc/ttydefs

ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |      ATTRIBUTE	TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |Availability		     |SUNWcsu			   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+

SEE ALSO
       ct(1C),	cu(1C),	 pmadm(1M),  sacadm(1M),  ttymon(1M),  uucico(1M), at-
       tributes(5)

       System Administration Guide: Basic Administration

SunOS 5.9			  14 Sep 1992			    ttyadm(1M)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | OUTPUT | FILES | ATTRIBUTES | SEE ALSO

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