Become superuser on the dial-in server or assume an equivalent role.
Roles contain authorizations and privileged commands. For more information about roles, see Configuring RBAC (Task Map) in System Administration Guide: Security Services.
nodefaultroute indicates that no pppd session on the local system can establish a default route without root privileges.
Create the file /etc/options.ttyname to define how calls that are received over serial port ttyname should be handled.
The following /etc/options.ttya file defines how the dial-in server's serial port /dev/ttya should handle incoming calls.
If you have followed all the procedures in this chapter, you have completed the configuration of the dial-up link. The following list provides references to related information.
To test modem connectivity by dialing out to another computer, see cu(1C) and tip(1) man pages. These utilities can help you test if your modem is properly configured. Also, use these utilities to test if you can establish a connection with another machine.
To configure more options for the dial-in server, see Configuring the Dial-in Server.
To configure more dial-out machines, see Configuring the Dial-out Machine.
To have the remote machine call the dial-in server, see Calling the Dial-in Server.