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I need information on how to set up a connection with a telnet server. I already have the basic app done, I just can't connect. Looking at the data the server transmits, I'm under the assumption that it's sending some kind of header and is awaiting a response from the client side. I've looked everywhere to confirm this and for any information that might help me along, but have been unsuccessful thus far. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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A source code sample is available at 'http://www.musc.edu/~brannanp/telnet/'

I'm sure this will give you all the information you need...
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BTW: For a full description of the telnet protocol, see http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/htbin/rfc/INDEX.rfc.html(there are several RFC dealing with the telnet protocol, and I don't want to pollute this Q with dozens of links ;-)
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d'oh. sorry about that. i didn't realize people had answered already.
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No problem - why did you want to delete this?
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Ooops, should have been an 'answer' ...
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I found the answer I was looking for, and no longer needed an answer. Always happens that way ;)
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