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ds3, short for dialup service 3, is a modem sharing server for Linux/UNIX
ds3, short for dialup service 3, is a modem sharing server for Linux/UNIX. It allows no direct access to the modem/ISDN-adapter. Instead it provides a text based interface which can be accessed with telnet or by a client.
Here are some key features of "ds3":
Up to 251 users may use a line a the same time. The numer is limited by the number of sockets for each process.
A user may block the line so nobody can dialout. This is useful if there is just one line and somebody wants to use the phone.
The sysadmin may hangup the line at any time with the term command.
Signals are used to start special jobs like fetch mail, news, the latest slashdot menu or sendmail.
There three diffrent types of signals.
signals which work only if the line is not in use
signals which work only if we are online
and signals which work all the time.
Any user connected to the server may initiate signals.
Signals could be emitted by the server if a interval was specified.
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