The connection server
The connection server can be viewed as
a counterpart on the client to the server's listener.
The connection server uses network selection
to determine which network to use
and name-to-address mapping to determine
the address of the requested service
on the requested host.
The connection server sends
a connection request to the server,
manages the client's role in establishing the connection,
and invokes the appropriate authentication scheme.
If the scheme completes successfully,
the connection server turns over
the connection to the client process.
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