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# 1  
Old 07-11-2004
Telnet deny

Hi all
I'm using an AIX 5 machine.
I'm trying to telnet from this machine to another Aix machine.
When I use the "root" user - Everything works.
I can telnet successfully the other machine
When I use another user but root - I can't telnet the machine:

noah@logist:/home/noah>telnet aixtst
noah@logist:/home/noah>

The funny thing is that when I telnet from my PC to the same server (AIXTST) I have no problem.

Any Idea?

Thanks.
# 2  
Old 07-12-2004
Do you really get zero output when you run the command? No error messages? What are the permissions on the telnet binary?

Code:
ls -l /usr/bin/telnet

Do you have telnet aliased? Run:

Code:
alias

and look for anything involving telnet.
# 3  
Old 07-12-2004
I solved it

It was a setUID for the /usr/bin/telnet file.
I solved it earlier. There was one lousy google case hidden...
 

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