I finally got dial in and dial out on the same port working on Solaris 2.2.
I also received mail from someone who has success with a rather different setup,
so there's more than one way to do it.
What I did:
Please note that these are mostly the opposite of what the documentation
suggests, but seem to work.
setup command (for port B):
(Thanks to Judy at Sun support!)
ttyadm -d /dev/term/b -s /usr/bin/login -l contty1H -b -m ldterm,ttcompat\
-T wyse50 -S n -p "`uname -n` login:" -i "Login disabled." > /tmp/ttyadm.out
pmadm -a -p zsmon -s ttyb -i root -v `ttyadm -V` -fu -m `cat /tmp/ttyadm.out`
And from Ron Nash his configuration:
output of the 'pmadm -l -p zsmon' command:
>PMTAG PMTYPE SVCTAG FLGS ID <PMSPECIFIC>
>zsmon ttymon b u root /dev/term/b - - /usr/bin/login - 19200 ldterm,ttcompat login: - - - #
>zsmon ttymon a u root /dev/term/a - - /usr/bin/login - 19200 ldterm,ttcompat login: - - - #
>I also changed /etc/ttydefs to prevent baud changes on break and to enable
>19200:19200 hupcl -clocal crtscts:19200 hupcl -clocal crtscts::19200
>I use /dev/cua/a and /dev/cua/b for dialout on term/a and term/b:
>Ron Nash San Diego State University
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