Step 3: set up the listen port monitor
The listener is a port monitor under the control of the
Service Access Controller (SAC),
a daemon process that provides
a consistent interface to all services,
whether the user's connection to the system is
local or across a network.
(Because the purpose of the SAC
is not limited to managing network access,
it is not documented in this topic.
For more information about the SAC
and setting up the listener, see
``The Service Access Facility''
``Administering the listen port monitor''.)
To set up the listener, do the following:
port monitor to the SAC's
administrative file, using
Set up the port monitor's administrative file, using
Setting up the file involves:
adding one or more services
to the listener's administrative file
enabling the service on
a port that the listener is monitoring
associating an authentication scheme with a service
Step 4: set up the connection server
Step 2: set up name-to-address mapping
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