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IV. Network Communication
Chapter 30. Network Servers
How to manage the inetd daemon.
How to set up the Network File System (NFS).
How to set up the Network Information Server (NIS) for centralizing and sharing user accounts.
How to set FreeBSD up to act as an LDAP server or client
How to set up automatic network settings using DHCP.
How to set up a Domain Name Server (DNS).
How to set up the Apache HTTP Server.
How to set up a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server.
How to set up a file and print server for Windows(R) clients using Samba.
How to synchronize the time and date, and set up a time server using the Network Time Protocol (NTP).
How to set up iSCSI.
[.filename]#/etc/rc# scripts.
Installation of additional third-party software (crossref:ports[ports,Installing Applications: Packages and Ports]).
The inetd Super-Server
Primarily, inetd is used to spawn other daemons, but several trivial protocols are handled internally, such as chargen, auth, time, echo, discard, and daytime.
This section covers the basics of configuring inetd.
After saving your edits, configure inetd to start at system boot by editing [.filename]#/etc/rc.conf#:
To start inetd now, so that it listens for the service you configured, type: