By default, when the Solaris 10 release is installed, a large set of network services are enabled. To limit a system's network connectivity, you run the netservices limited command. This command activates a “Secure by Default” (SBD) configuration. With SBD, the only network service that accepts network requests is the sshd daemon. All other network services are disabled or handle local requests only. To enable individual network services, such as ftp, you use the Solaris Service Management Facility (SMF). For more information, see the netservices(1M) and smf(5) man pages.