To establish a connection with another system (local or remote), you need exact information about that system. Use the uuname command to list system names and other descriptors.
Issue the uuname command to display a list of all systems accessible to the local system. For example, when you enter:
at the command line, the system displays a list such as:
arthur hera merlin zeus
This information is used to determine, for example, the name of an accessible system before copying a file to it. The uuname command is also used to establish the identity of the local system.
Using BNU Path Names.
Communicating Between Local and Remote Systems.
Exchanging Commands Between Local and Remote Systems.
Exchanging Files Between Local and Remote Systems.
Reporting the Status of Command and File Exchanges.