DIALUPS(4) File Formats and Configurations DIALUPS(4)


NAME


dialups - list of terminal devices requiring a dial-up password

SYNOPSIS


/etc/dialups


DESCRIPTION


dialups is an ASCII file which contains a list of terminal devices that
require a dial-up password. A dial-up password is an additional password
required of users who access the computer through a modem or dial-up
port. The correct password must be entered before the user is granted
access to the computer. The set of ports that require a dial-up password
are listed in the dialups file.


Each entry in the dialups file is a single line of the form:

terminal-device


where

terminal-device
The full path name of the terminal device that will
require a dial-up password for users accessing the
computer through a modem or dial-up port.


The dialups file should be owned by the root user and the root group.
The file should have read and write permissions for the owner (root)
only.

EXAMPLES


Example 1: A sample dialups file.




Here is a sample dialups file:


/dev/term/a
/dev/term/b
/dev/term/c


FILES


/etc/d_passwd
dial-up password file


/etc/dialups
list of dial-up ports requiring dial-up passwords


SEE ALSO


d_passwd(4)


May 4, 1994 DIALUPS(4)