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llogin(1)							    llogin(1)



NAME

  llogin - Connects to a LAT service

SYNOPSIS

  /usr/sbin/llogin -d  | service [-p tty] [-H rem_node]	[-R rem_port]
  [-wpassword |	-W]

OPTIONS

  -d  Displays a list of learned services including the	node name and rating.

  -p tty
      Specifies	a local	LAT tty	device (tty) to	use to connect to service.
      Either SVR4 or BSD tty devices can be specified.	However, the tty dev-
      ice must already exist and be available for use.

      If no tty	device is specified, llogin uses any available SVR4 tty	dev-
      ice. If no available devices are found, llogin creates an	SVR4 LAT tty
      device for the user.  When llogin	exits, the created tty device is
      removed.

  -H rem_node
      Specifies	a remote host (rem_node) that offers service. This is helpful
      when more	than one host offers a service.

  -R rem_port
      Specifies	a remote port (rem_port) that offers service.

  -wpassword | -W
      Specifies	a password for connecting to service when the remote service
      has password checking enabled.  The password is not case sensitive and
      spaces are not allowed.

      If you use the -w	option,	you specify the	password on the	command	line;
      it is visible.  If you use the -W	option,	you are	prompted for the
      password;	it is not echoed (visible).

DESCRIPTION

  The llogin command enables Tru64 UNIX	users to connect to LAT	services
  offered by other nodes in the	local area network (LAN).  You do not need
  superuser privileges or node information in order to connect to LAT ser-
  vices.

  If you do not	know what services are known to	your local node, use the llo-
  gin -d command.

  If you want to perform simultaneous llogin connections, use the llogin -p
  command.


  To make the llogin connection	establishment quicker, add the target host-
  name as a remote service by using the	latcp command.





EXAMPLES

   1.  The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on any
       node and	port through any local LAT tty device:
	    llogin siteapp

   2.  The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on any
       node and	port through local LAT tty device 620:
	    llogin siteapp -p 620

   3.  The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on any
       remote port on host HOSTX through local LAT tty device 620:
	    llogin siteapp -p 620 -H HOSTX

   4.  The following command initiates a connection to service siteapp on
       remote port TTY_Z on host HOSTX through local LAT tty device 620:
	    llogin siteapp -p 620 -H HOSTX -R TTY_Z



SEE ALSO

  Commands: latcp(8)

  Network Information: lat_intro(7)