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I can connect to the UNIX box using a TCP/IP Telnet session but the UNIX does not respond with the login prompt.
The box responds to a PING and the Telnet session actually connects, but no prompt of any sort is recieved back.
I can connect via the console, get the login prompt and can login. ... (3 Replies)
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Our network administrators implemented some sort of check to kill idle sessions and now burden is on us to run some sort of keep alive. Client based keep alive doesn't do a very good job. I have same issue with ssh. Does solution 2 provided above apply for ssh sessions also? (1 Reply)
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How can I disconnect an existing telnet session? The host is a serial port server with multiple ports. The users login using the host's name and a port, i.e. telnet host01 1235.
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I have AIX 5.3 at home connected to netgear router. Port Forwarding has been enabled on the router. Problem is that if I want to telnet, I have to try 2 or 3 times before I can get a logon prompt. It times out for first or second time (Connection to session <IP_Address> failed: Connection... (1 Reply)
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Is there any way whilst in a telnet session you can view your client machine name that you are using to connect to the Unix box ? :eek: (2 Replies)
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echo " ls"
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Our project has a module that runs on handheld devices. Through the handheld we telnet to solaris where the application actually runs. I noticed that after starting a session through the handheld, if i go out of range or if i remove and replace the battery in the handheld, the... (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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I am trying to set up TCP/IP printing to so we can remove the old novel server. The printer details have been added to the etc/hosts file correctly, and the printer added as a remote UNIX printer . However when a print job is issued lpstat -o displays the job, but it dosent move. Any help yould... (2 Replies)
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