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Passing commands to TELNET through Delphi3

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I want to create an userfriendly program that has to log on a network, and i know how to do it from telnet. The question is, how i can communicate with telnet from an delphi application.....
How do i pass on the commands, like connect <ip address>??

If you can help me, i would like to give you some credit in the program (it's freeware, so the credit is not in cash :-)
my email add is kim.andersen@mail1.stofanet.dk
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Hi QuaLjyn,

you have to use sockets and commands from winsock.dll.
Look at the source code in "Delphi\Source\Rtl\Win\winsock.pas".
At "http://www.rtfm.be/fpiette" you may find free sources for telnet connections.

regards
  ow

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by:QuaLjyn
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Gee thanx. I think it's the url that will help me the most, but once again thank you :-)

You are welcome to email your name to me, and i will add you in the "credits" section :-)

  Yours Sincerely

    Kim Nørby Andersen
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