Dedicated endpoint characteristics
Use this type of endpoint if you want to use a dedicated
serial line to connect to the remote host. As both ends use the
same type of endpoint, the link is referred to as a ``dedicated link''.
Either the local or remote host can initiate the link.
Examples of such lines include
a leased line between buildings or a serial cable connecting two machines.
A link established to or from this type of endpoint has
the following characteristics:
To add this type of endpoint, see
``Adding a PPP link endpoint using the PPP Manager''
``Configuring an endpoint for a dedicated link''.
it requires a dedicated non-modem-control serial line
(such as /dev/tty1a)
connected to a single remote host
either the local host or the remote host must be able to specify the
IP addresses that identify them
Remote access endpoint characteristics
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003