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Tuesday, April 17th, 2007 at 4:19:08am UTC 

  1. #
  3. #
  4. #       You should NOT be using this file to configure the server.
  5. #       It is here ONLY for backwards compatibility.
  6. #
  7. #       See 'clients.conf' for the new configuration.
  8. #
  9. #
  10. # naslist       This file contains a list of NASes (Network Access Servers,
  11. #              also known as terminal servers) which we know.
  12. #
  13. #              Description of the fields:
  14. #
  15. #              * The first field is a valid hostname or IP address
  16. #                for the client.
  17. #              * The second field (seperated by blanks or tabs) is the
  18. #                short name we use in the logfiles for this NAS.
  19. #              * The third field defines what type of device it is. Valid
  20. #                values are "cisco", "computone", "livingston", "max40xx",
  21. #                 "multitech", "netserver", "pathras", "patton", "portslave",
  22. #                 "tc", "usrhiper" or "other".
  23. #
  24. #              This is used to find out how to detect double logins.
  25. #
  27. # NAS Name            Short Name    Type
  28. #----------------       ----------     ----
  29.    pm1.NY            livingston
  30.    pm1.LA            livingston
  31. localhost              local    portslave


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