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The telnet sessions stay as idle users. It is not getting kicked out.
Please advise what could be the issue. only when we reboot the server these telnet sessions goes.
Below is the current output from the server. we rebooted the server three days ago:
04:21PM... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: newtoaixos
I have telnet configured in /etc/inetd.conf as below:
telnet stream tcp6 nowait root /usr/lbin/telnetd telnetd -b /etc/issue -n20
When i restart the service telnetd shows with only the -b option:
ps -ef|grep telnetd|grep -v grep
root 24397 1 0 10:42:35 pts/ta 0:00... (1 Reply)
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I need help, I have the following which save in the result file ping and telnet:port test.
Basically the script works but I should implement a check on ping and telnet command so that ping has 5 seconds threshold and telnet (more important) 10 seconds. Over that threshold ping and... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: marmellata
is there a way to add a timeout parameter to telnet when connecting to any IP address?
like, if this IP doesn't respond within 10 seconds, abort.
i'm looking for something like this:
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Discussion started by: SkySmart
I have a Sun Ultra 5 desktop with Solaris 8. When I telnet/rlogin into any other host, the connection closes after few hours of inactivity.
I also have another Windows box which I use rarely. But when I telnet/rlogin into the same hosts using putty, the connection stays for days without any... (5 Replies)
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6. Red Hat
I've searched this forum for telnet idle timeout problem. I tried to set timeout parameters in /etc/profile
This doesn't work for Redhat kernel 184.108.40.206. It's really frustrating.
Can anybody tell me what else I could try?
Thanks a lot!
jing (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: jing han
Can someone help me how I can disable telnet timeout? I'm connecting remotely to some machines and after some time my telnet connection was closed. How can I disable this so that I'm always connected to those machines? Thanks! (2 Replies)
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Can any one solve my problem? I want to change the default timeout setting for telnet in aix, pls help me. (1 Reply)
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I have put TMOUT=1800;export TMOUT in the /etc/profile, put it does not work, by the way the root default shell is sh. but I wana every one including root to terminate the session after setting idle for 1800 seconds. thank for the help. (1 Reply)
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hi, we can set something such that if the user has been idle for a while, it will auto disconnect. where to do so? thanks (6 Replies)
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