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What is the equivalent of telnet localhost 25 with ssh?

What is the equivalent of telnet localhost 25 using SSH ? Clarification : I would like to have an SMTP connection with a server using SSH, just like it can be done with a command like telnet ...
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Run remote shell daemon as non root user with tab-completion

I need to run any "remote shell daemon" (ssh, telnet, netcat, socat... I don't mind) as non-root user. The remote shell should provide tab-completion and I want to be able to browse history using ...
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FreeBSD telnet does not take root login

I have just installed FreeBSD 8.1 as a VMWare host and can establish ipv4 connectivity to the instance and telnet through the virtual console. I have also uncommented the /etc/inetd.conf lines telnet ...
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telnet implementation using C [closed]

The program in general is I want to implement telnet program. On the client side user send its logging name and password, and if it is correct he starts to send commands to the server On the Server ...
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What to use for firewall testing (port opened or not)

so... we know that we can test that if a port is open on the firewall with: telnet SERVERIP PORT ..but afaik there are services that can't be tested with telnet, because ex.: telnet doesn't know ...
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Simplest screen echo server?

What is the simplest way to do the following thing? Run a program which will open specified port, listen for it, and display whatever it receives. Also if type something -- then send back to ...
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How to stop telnet access for a particular IP address?

How can I stop telnet access for a particular IP address on the command line?
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Copying files between users Using Telnet

How to copy a file from home directory User A to home directory of User B using telnet.
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Unable to use OfflineIMAP to sync Gmail

I'm trying to setup OfflineIMAP to sync my Gmail account to ~/Mail/Gmail. I'm using a pretty basic ~/.offlineimaprc from here. But OfflineIMAP doesn't connect to Gmail at all. This is the debug ...
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Redirect linux serial console

I want to redirect my serial port while telnet session in linux. I have an embedded Linux box which is has a serial console. After I do a telnet to the box, I can type in both the serial console as ...
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Telnet send Ctrl-C

I use telnet to connect to a terminal server, which proxies the traffic to a RS-232 port. Unfortunately when using some of the devices it is not possible to send the CTRL+C character (0x03). Instead ...
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Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system

I have a VirtualBox running an Ubuntu OS. I'd like to access this Ubuntu machine using ssh or telnet. In order to do that I've performed the following steps: sudo apt-get install telnetd sudo ...
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How to telnet via proxy authentication?

I am behind a proxy server in my college. It uses a simple username and password authentication. And i connect to the proxy server to port 3128. now i want to telnet simply to say any website on the ...
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How can I use command line telnet client to open a raw connection - like PuTTY?

I need to use telnet to talk with a socket server which is not a standard Telnet server. I do not want any Telnet negotioation or interference of any kind in the data. This is available as 'raw mode' ...
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Is there a config file for telnet that's similar to .ssh/config?

I constantly need to type some hostnames / IPs to telnet, and sadly they don't support ssh. Is there a config file for telnet similar to ssh? I don't have admin access to change the /etc/hosts file. ...
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How can I communicate with a Unix domain socket via the shell on Debian Squeeze?

I’m running a Debian Squeeze web server. I’ve installed memcached on it, and configured memcached to listen on a Unix domain socket (at /tmp/memcached.sock), as it only needs to receive messages from ...
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Access a linux machine from a windows machine

I have two laptops, one is installed with Ubuntu 10.04, the other one is installed with Windows XP. The Ubuntu laptop is located in one place with internet connection while the windows laptop is in ...
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Can I use GAIM (Pidgin) to telnet (for MOOs, MUSHes, MUDs, etc) like TF?

GAIM supports many protocols, but I couldn't find a way to create a 'telnet' account, so that I can finally stop using TinyFugue to play MUDs/etc. How do I create a telnet "account" with GAIM? Do ...
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Telnet over Ethernet for Linux?

I have used MikroTik RouterOS and I found a telnet-over-Ethernet (a layer 2 telnet), MAC telnet on it. I think it's a great tool, when SSH dies, or someone misconfigures IP Addresses. So the thing ...
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Force telnet / ssh to use crtl-H for backspace

I have some devices connected to a Cisco serial term server; many work fine when I telnet directly to the port on the Cisco. However, I have a few stubborn devices that will not use Backspace as it ...
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Divorced input line in GNU Screen

Is it possible to divorce my input from the overall shell using Screen? What I'm aiming for is akin to a status line that expands if I type more than would fit within a single line and is ...
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stty: : Invalid argument

I am telnet-ing into a Solaris machine and I'm getting the above error with my scripts. I realize this is a common problem, and the solution is to check for the line 'stty erase ^H' within my profile, ...
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Establish openvpn tunnel in bash script

I'm trying to write a script which will establish an openvpn tunnel when the computer boots up. The main problem lies in inputting the pkcs12 password. I realise it's very bad practice to have a ...
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testing services/open ports with telnet?

I often see that folks test ports this way: //shell telnet ip-address 80 telnet ip-address 25 AFAIK telnet was the old way of getting onto some remote box - right? or so I thought... Why exactly ...