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Viewing contents of  network device

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I am currently working with a epromed based device which has an ip address.I can ping this device and receive a responce.How can I vew the contents of this device.
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I would suggest that you try telnet to the IP address first.

Telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

At a command prompt, alternatively it may also accept HTTP so you could try http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx in a browser.
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