telnet in dos(command prompt)

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telnet in dos(command prompt)

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I too don't know much about that either..but it's not that hard really...

Open Command prompt
Type telnet
Type o http://www.thesite.com/ :portnumber

The "o" is the command for telnet to connect
The site is the destination you want to connect to
The portnumber is the specific port on the destination site you wish to enter it by.

A cool part of telnetting is the MUD's...you know..those all-text RPGs
An example:
type telnet into command prompt
type:
o www.shadow-lands.com/:4000
{{{{Ok, This^^^ doesn't seem to work...I don't know why since it's worked for me before...}}}}

orr...click this:
telnet://www.shadow-lands.com:4000
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Well, a blank screen don´t means you´re connected, you normally get a response from the server like this one:

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Here you´ll find a little about telnet, some places you can connect to too:
http://www.telnet.org
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Um, I haven´t checked them all, but some may sure be the same style as Necrix´s link. Telnet is pretty dead because it´s very unsafe, so you won´t find much places to telnet any more. SSH took place for telnet, and it works with (different from telnet) encryption. But SSH-clients like Putty still support telnet. Best way to learn about it is to get a shell account somewhere and practice.... :wink:

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Telnet Tutorials

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Hey Does Anyone Know Any Good Tutorials For Using Telnet?
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Re: Telnet Tutorials

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Chaos1986 wrote:Hey Does Anyone Know Any Good Tutorials For Using Telnet?
You can start here : telnet://nyx.nyx.org

(The guy is online since the late 80'ies and barely had any problems with his service, he even has an online blog [in the telnet session] about the history of his service, very very cool )

A very cool cool ressource to bookmark !

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Post by Stavros »

Interesting. I got on to look around. Does it work on dial-up speeds? Telnet seems out dated, but it would be cool to mess around with.

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You could also use putty. It is better especially for some one using windows.

Other wise there are plenty of good tutorials on the web. Just google it!

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