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What sub-protocol of TCP/IP is used for terminal access to a UNIX system?
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telnet port 23 RFC 854
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Telnet uses TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
DoD's Host-to-Host layer
OSI's network layer
For more info see Paul L. Eustace's notes at http://www.phoenix.net/~peustace/#StudyGuides
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