GNU/Linux Command – TELNET

telnet — User interface to the TELNET Protocol.

Summary:

The telnet command is used to communicate with another host using the TELNET protocol. The telnet daemon (telnetd) must be running in the another host to successfully connect to it.

Examples:
$ telnet localhost -- Telnet to the same computer. $ telnet 127.0.0.1 -- Telnet to the same computer. $ telnet MyServer 23 -- Telnet to MyServer thru Port #23. $ telnet -l user1 MyServer -- Telnet to MyServer with User Name as user1. $ telnet -a MyServer -- Automatic Login. Telnet to MyServer withcurrent login name.
Read: man telnet and man telnetd

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