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llogin

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NAME

llogin - Connects to a LAT service  

SYNOPSIS

/usr/sbin/llogin -d|service [-p tty] [-H rem_node] [-R rem_port] [-wpassword|-W]


 

OPTIONS

Displays a list of learned services including the node name and rating. Specifies a local LAT tty device (tty) to use to connect to service. Either SVR4 or BSD tty devices can be specified. However, the tty device must already exist and be available for use.

If no tty device is specified, llogin uses any available SVR4 tty device. If no available devices are found, llogin creates an SVR4 LAT tty device for the user. When llogin exits, the created tty device is removed. Specifies a remote host (rem_node) that offers service. This is helpful when more than one host offers a service. Specifies a remote port (rem_port) that offers service. Specifies a password for connecting to service when the remote service has password checking enabled. The password is not case sensitive and spaces are not allowed.
If you use the -w option, you specify the password on the command line; it is visible. If you use the -W option, you are prompted for the password; it is not echoed (visible).
 

DESCRIPTION

The llogin command enables Tru64 UNIX users to connect to LAT services offered by other nodes in the local area network (LAN). You do not need superuser privileges or node information in order to connect to LAT services.

If you do not know what services are known to your local node, use the llogin -d command.

If you want to perform simultaneous llogin connections, use the llogin -p command.

To make the llogin connection establishment quicker, add the target hostname as a remote service by using the latcp command.
 

EXAMPLES

The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on any node and port through any local LAT tty device: llogin siteapp The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on any node and port through local LAT tty device 620: llogin siteapp -p 620 The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on any remote port on host HOSTX through local LAT tty device 620: llogin siteapp -p 620 -H HOSTX The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on remote port TTY_Z on host HOSTX through local LAT tty device 620: llogin siteapp -p 620 -H HOSTX -R TTY_Z


 

SEE ALSO

Commands: latcp(8)

Network Information: lat_intro(7)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
SEE ALSO

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