HP OpenVMS DCL Dictionary
Allows you to log in to a remote host over a TCP/IP connection and
start an interactive terminal session by accessing the RLOGIN
You can specify the IPhostname or the IPaddress, but
Specifies the IP host name of the remote host.
Specifies an IP address of the remote host.
The SET HOST/RLOGIN command allows you to log in to a remote host by
invoking RLOGIN client software that runs on your system. Once you
start the terminal session, you can enter commands interactively on the
remote host. The parameter that specifies the remote host is either an
IP host name or an IP address.
Specifies that Kerberos authentication should be used for acquiring
access to the remote node.
Sets the terminal emulator to one of the following terminal types:
VT100, VT200, VT300, VT400, VT500.
Specifies that the current user name should be truncated to 8
characters before attempting to connect to the remote node. The
qualifier is required for communication with systems that limit the
size of their login names to 8 characters. The /TRUNCATE_USERNAME
qualifier is ignored if /USERNAME is specified.
Specifies the user name for logging in to the remote node. The user
name can be enclosed in quotes to preserve the case of the user name
for case sensitive systems such as UNIX systems. If the /USERNAME
qualifier is not specified, the default is the current user's user name.
$ SET HOST/RLOGIN remotehst1
This example creates an RLOGIN connection to remote host
remotehst1 over a TCP/IP connection.