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I need to learn some communication commands eg. telnet,ftp. How can I install solaris on home in a network mode ? I have DSL router and 2 PCS .. Can I make one server and the other station ?...

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    I need to learn some communication commands eg. telnet,ftp. How can I
    install solaris on home in a network mode ? I have DSL router and 2 PCS
    .. Can I make one server and the other station ?

    ehabaziz2001@gmail.com Guest

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    Default Re: for tutorial purposes.....network

    Yes you can.

    franco_spencer@yahoo.com Guest

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    Solaris is always networked. Sun's slogan has always been "The network
    is the computer"
    (except for the years when Scott had a dog named Network.

    So just set up one machine and perhaps create a zone on it and you can
    play network
    'til you're tired... Or install on both PCs.

    You can play with stopping telnet/ftp on one machine (svcadm disable
    telnet).

    Thommy Guest

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    com wrote: 

    You don't even have to do this though. You could just use a single machine and
    "network to itself".

    For example:

    ftp localhost
    telnet localhost

    Regards,

    Mark.

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