autodetection of incoming call type
The /etc/ics/Autoacts file contains
a list of incoming byte sequences to detect, and
an associated service to invoke if that sequence
This detection is performed by the port monitor
before the login banner or anything else is sent
to the output stream.
The current use of this file is to provide auto-detection
Autoacts contains the following fields in the order shown:
A label to identify the service and byte sequence.
At present, this is not used.
The service to be invoked upon matching the incoming
A list of arguments to be supplied to the service.
The sequence of bytes that identifies the service.
# /etc/ics/Autoacts example
PPP:/bin/pppsh::0x7e 0xff 0x03 0xc0 0x21
PPP:/bin/pppsh::0x7e 0xff 0x7d 0x23 0xc0 0x21
PPP:/bin/pppsh::0x7e 0x7d 0xdf 0x7d 0x23 0xc0 0x21
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004