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Chapter 23
23 Configuring and Managing the NFS Client
     23.1     Key Concepts
         23.1.1         NFS Clients and Servers
         23.1.2         Storing File Attributes
                Using Default ADFs
                How the Client Uses ADFs
                Creating Customized Default ADFs
         23.1.3         NFS Client Support for Extended File Specifications
         23.1.4         How the NFS Client Authenticates Users
         23.1.5         How the NFS Client Maps User Identities
         23.1.6         NFS Client Default User
         23.1.7         How the NFS Client Maps UNIX Permissions to OpenVMS Protections
         23.1.8         Guidelines for Working with DNFS Devices
         23.1.9         How NFS Converts File Names
     23.2     NFS Client Startup and Shutdown
     23.3     Registering Users in the Proxy Database
     23.4     Mounting Files and Directories
         23.4.1         User-Level Mounting
         23.4.2         Automounting
         23.4.3         Background Mounting
         23.4.4         Overmounting
         23.4.5         Occluded Mounting
Part 6
Part 6 Configuring Printing Services
Chapter 24
24 Setting Up and Managing the LPR/LPD Print Service
     24.1     Key Concepts
     24.2     Configuring LPD for IPv6 Support
     24.3     Configuring LPR/LPD
     24.4     LPD Server Startup and Shutdown
     24.5     Configuring Printers
         24.5.1         Printer Characteristics
                Setting Up Print Spool Directories
                Setting Up Error Logging
                Support for PrintServer Extensions
     24.6     LPD Server Cluster Support
         24.6.1         Creating LPD Utility Queues
         24.6.2         Using Clusterwide Print Queues
         24.6.3         Configuring a High-Availability LPD Server
     24.7     Managing LPD Server Queues
     24.8     Defining the LPD Spooler Directory
     24.9     Controlling Access to Local Queues
     24.10     Receiving LPR/LPD OPCOM Messages
     24.11     Using OpenVMS Flag Page Options
     24.12     Solving LPD Problems
         24.12.1         Obtaining LPD and TELNETSYM Debugging Information
         24.12.2         Obtaining LPD and LPR Diagnostic Messages
Chapter 25
25 Setting Up and Managing TELNETSYM
     25.1     Key Concepts
         25.1.1         TELNETSYM Process Names
         25.1.2         TELNETSYM Modifications to the Output Stream
     25.2     TELNETSYM Service Startup and Shutdown
     25.3     Setting Up Print Queues
     25.4     Setting Up Relay Queues
     25.5     Managing and Customizing Your Print Queues
         25.5.1         Controlling the Print Stream
         25.5.2         Setting Up Error Logging
         25.5.3         Controlling Characteristics of the TCP/IP Link
         25.5.4         Establishing a TELNETSYM Link
         25.5.5         Releasing a TELNETSYM Link
         25.5.6         Setting the Number of Execution Queues
     25.6     Solving TELNETSYM Problems
         25.6.1         Using TCPIP$TELNETSYM for the First Time
         25.6.2         Printing to Terminal Servers
         25.6.3         Stalled Print Queues
         25.6.4         Solving Formatting Problems
                Controlling Form Feed Suppression
                Buffer Dumps
Chapter 26
26 Setting Up PC-NFS
     26.1     PC-NFS Startup and Shutdown
     26.2     Providing PC-NFS Print Services
     26.3     Managing PC-NFS Print Queues
     26.4     PC-NFS Authentication
Part 7
Part 7 Appendixes
Appendix A
Appendix A Gateway Routing Daemon (GATED) Configuration Reference
     A.1     The GATED Configuration File
     A.2     Configuration File Statement Syntax
     A.3     Statement Grouping
     A.4     Configuration Statements
     A.5     Creating the GATED Configuration File
     A.6     Defining Preferences and Routing
         A.6.1         Assigning Preferences
         A.6.2         Sample Preference Specifications
     A.7     Tracing Options
         A.7.1         Global Tracing Options
         A.7.2         Packet Tracing
     A.8     Directive Statements
     A.9     Options Statements
     A.10     Interface Statements
         A.10.1         Interface Lists
             A.10.1.1             Example of Current Define Statements for GATED
         A.10.2         IP Interface Addresses and Routes
     A.11     Definition Statements
         A.11.1         Autonomous System Configuration
         A.11.2         Router ID Configuration
         A.11.3         Martian Configuration
         A.11.4         Sample Definition Statements
     A.12     Protocol Overview
         A.12.1         Interior Routing Protocols
         A.12.2         Exterior Routing Protocol
         A.12.3         Router Discovery Protocol
         A.12.4         ICMP
         A.12.5         Redirect
         A.12.6         Kernel Interface
         A.12.7         Static Routes
     A.13     The ICMP Statement
         A.13.1         Tracing Options
     A.14     Redirect Processing
     A.15     The Router Discovery Protocol
         A.15.1         The Router Discovery Server
         A.15.2         The Router Discovery Client
         A.15.3         Tracing Options
     A.16     The Kernel Statement
         A.16.1         Forwarding Tables and Routing Tables
         A.16.2         Updating the Forwarding Table
             A.16.2.1             Updating the Forwarding Table with the ioctl Interface
             A.16.2.2             Updating the Forwarding Table with the Routing Socket Interface
         A.16.3         Reading the Forwarding Table
         A.16.4         Reading the Interface List
         A.16.5         Reading Interface Physical Addresses
         A.16.6         Reading Kernel Variables
         A.16.7         Special Route Flags
         A.16.8         Kernel Configuration Syntax
         A.16.9         Kernel Tracing Options
     A.17     Static Routes Statements
     A.18     Control Statements
         A.18.1         Route Filtering
         A.18.2         Matching AS Paths
             A.18.2.1             AS Path-Matching Syntax
             A.18.2.2             AS Path Regular Expressions
             A.18.2.3             AS Path Terms
             A.18.2.4             AS Path Operators
         A.18.3         The Import Statement
             A.18.3.1             Specifying Preferences
             A.18.3.2             Route Filters
             A.18.3.3             Importing Routes from BGP and EGP
             A.18.3.4             Importing Routes from RIP and Redirects
             A.18.3.5             Importing Routes from OSPF
         A.18.4         The Export Statement
             A.18.4.1             Specifying Metrics
             A.18.4.2             Route Filters
             A.18.4.3             Specifying the Destination
         A.18.5         Specifying the Source
         A.18.6         Route Aggregation
             A.18.6.1             Aggregation and Generation Syntax
     A.19     Sample Host Configurations
         A.19.1         Sample RIP and EGP Configuration
         A.19.2         Sample BGP and OSPF Configuration
     A.20     For More Information

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