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I'm looking for telnet class that I can use in a Win32 project.
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See the following links for downloadable telnet projects

http://www.codeproject.com/internet/telnet_server.asp

http://archive.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/PCTelnet

The first link has a CTelnet class you can use.  I used this one in one of my applications.  It works
great.

The second one is a none windows version, but it should work in Win32.
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Client or server? There are many, many clients out on the web.
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Axter,
If I don't get a better class, I'll award you the points.
I'm looking for something easier to use.

KangaRoo,
I need it for a client program.
I looked through the web and I couldn't find a telnet class.
Do you have any links for telnet code?
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KangaRoo,
I guess there are not that many clients out on the web after all.
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Too bad, this freaking site dropped them, perhaps it can't handle too many links in one comment. There are loads of telnet clients on http://www.sourceforge.net
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I'm using your code after all.
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KangaRoo, I didn't find anything in your link taht was better then the previous links. Thanks anyway.
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