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Posted on 2003-11-05
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Anyone have a sample to connect to a telnet session?

ie:

have 2 constants, username, password and will run as a service, I want an example showing a good way to wait for certain strings to parse and login and so forth?
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C# or VB, doesn't matter.
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I saw that, but I don't want to use any 3rd party utilities.
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Sorry - paid control... I suppose you want to use some kind of free lightweigh solution. Right?
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Yea, I think I found what I am looking for.

There was an example I downloaded using windows sockets written in C#.
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I'll keep it open just to see if anyone has any experience that can help.

Thanks.
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Try Whisperstream's CommLib

http://www.whisperstream.com/software/commlib/

The telnet one they have is okay (not super advanced....but it gets the job done) and seems to be free and not expire.
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