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akyy
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connecting to a port wth telnet

I am trying following command:

telnet 10000

With SecureCRT it works, i can query my scripts.

But when I try with command prompt, it disconnects when I write a simple letter. Is a there setting in Command Prompt which I need to modify?
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Michael Steele_2
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Re: connecting to a port wth telnet

Hi

You telnet ip 10000, just like above, it will say connected. That's it. It's just a test for a port being open.

ndmp 10000/tcp Network Data Management Protocol
ndmp 10000/udp Network Data Management Protocol
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Torsten.
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Re: connecting to a port wth telnet

What exactly is listening on port 10000?

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akyy
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Re: connecting to a port wth telnet

It's a specific software, a north-bound interface, importing and exporting reports to the main software from external OS.

To import or export, i need to execute scripts when connected with telnet.

SecureCRT works but command prompt disconnect when entering a single letter.
Torsten.
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Re: connecting to a port wth telnet

So the next question could be what SecureCRT does here - SSH?

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akyy
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Re: connecting to a port wth telnet

SecureCRT also does telnet, not SSH , same as Command Prompt.
OldSchool
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Re: connecting to a port wth telnet

If you're talking about SecureCRT from VanDyke software, it does ssh and telenet and is is terminal emulator...and its a client installed on Windows.

I would not expect to be able to "telnet someserver 10000" and be able to run UNIX scripts, but be aware that it also has its own scripting language. I'd assume at that point, it makes the connection and starts whatever authentication process it goes thru.

I'd assume you need to do ssh to run remote commands, or some sort of remsh / rexec. I'd consult the docs for SecureCRT or contact their tech support.

Having never actually used it, and not knowing which "scripting" you're referring to, I can't go any further......
Steven Schweda
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Re: connecting to a port wth telnet

> [...] Command Prompt [...]

> [...] installed on Windows.

So, as I understand this, the built-in Telnet
client program on Windows doesn't behave the
same as a third-party Telnet client program
on Windows, and you're asking why in an HP-UX
forum? Why?

> You telnet ip 10000, just like above, it
> will say connected. That's it. It's just a
> test for a port being open.

Well, hardly, but you do need to know what to
send to the server program, and you need to
have a program which can send it. (For
example, Telnet to port 80 on a system
running a Web server, and send it:
GET / HTTP/1.0
and a couple of new-lines.
http://www.dgate.org/~brg/bvtelnet80/
)

> What exactly is listening on port 10000?

> It's a specific software [...]

That didn't tell _me_ anything useful.

If the problem really is with the Windows
Telnet client, then you might get better
answers sooner in an appropriate (Microsoft)
forum. (Certainly better than "It's just a
test [...]".)