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       cyclades-devices - tables for driving cyclades-serial-client


       The  cyclades-devices file supplies all mapping between Unix device files (/dev/*) and the
       addresses of serial ports of Cyclades Terminal Servers. It contains  one  entry  for  each
       serial port, with the following format:


       Note: A # character at beginning of line indicates a comment

       The entry fields are:

              -  A  full pathname of the file that will be associated to the serial port. It must
              start with  a "/dev/" preffix.  Two naming schemes may be used here: - devname does
              not exist, and will be linked to a free pseudo-tty. This is the default behavior of
              cyclades-ser-cli.  - devname is the name of a  valid  slave  pseudo-tty.   In  this
              case,  the  '-t 1' option must be assigned in options field.  (Note: this option is
              not supported by this release).

              - Terminal Server type: - prts, for Cyclades Pr302X/TS Terminal Servers.   -  path,
              for Cyclades PathRAS Terminal Server.

              - Host Name or IP Address of the Terminal Server where the serial port resides.

              -  Number  of  physical  port  in the Terminal Server. If treated as the IP address
              associated with this port, in a IP-based addressing scheme.

       type   - Server type that will be contacted to handle the  serial  port:  -  rtelnet,  for
              Remote Telnet Server - socket, for Socket Server

              - Per-port specific options, passed to cyclades-ser-cli program.


       1.  Device on a PR3020/TS Terminal Server pr3k Port 1, accessed through /dev/ctty01 device
       file name, using telnet protocol (remote telnet server)


       2. The same device, but with an IP  address  pr3k_port1  associated  to  the  serial  port
       (IP-based port addressing)


       3.  Device  on  a PathRAS Terminal Server pr3k Port 2, accessed through /dev/ctty02 device
       file name, using socket protocol (socket server)



       /etc/cyclades-devices    This file


       cyclades-serial-client(1), cyclades-ser-cli(1)