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Using VB as a Telnet host

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I have a VB application running as a service in NT 4 and I want to implement some telnet HOST functionality so I can control some of the application functions using a standard telnet client. Someone knows about any script or freeware ocx to do this? I'm already using winsock components on this application.
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by:AntonioGambino
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If you use the Microsoft Winsock Control, you can develop your own host software quite easily. Check out the help page in the MSDN library on the Winsock control (About a page of info) and you can pick up all of the neccessary commands for TCP connection. (Make sure you dont try to use UDP protocol with telnet)
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by:gorcutt
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The application is already a specific TCP host. I'm just looking for some ready to use routine or OCX just to make things easy and faster. I'm quite busy right now so I was looking for something easy to implement.
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Hi,

At the following site they have a couple of examples of Telnet servers in VB

Try:
http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb

search for 'razon'
search for 'priest'

NOTE: Each author has a number of submisions, so look for the Telnet sample.

Hope this helps
ED
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Hi ED,
This URL is a great source of solutions.
Thanks.
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