Sorry that this took so long to get back out.
In the past, I have used a ciso router with a modem
attatched to the aux port to accomplish my system paging. I simply map
the modem to a tcp port on the router, and then use scripts that telnet to
that port and echo the correct strings to accomplish the paging.
I would like to do the same with a Solaris 2.6 box, but after looking
around I am a little lost on where to start. Is there a way to map a
specific tcp port on my workstation to the serial port to which the modem
is attached? Any help is greatly appreciated and will summarize for the
just look at sendpage | Amanul Haque <email@example.com>
just look at sendpage | firstname.lastname@example.org
3rd party ap at ftp://ftp.computone.com/pub/bbs/iserver/is110.tar
| Daniel Beaudry <Daniel.Beaudry@enter-net.com>
rtty from www.dgii.com and
rtelnet from Annax | <Glenn.Satchell@uniq.com.au>
Thanks to all.
Asst. Systems Engineer
Computer Science Dept.
Old Dominion University
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