Accessing Linus from Windows

Posted on 2004-11-17
Last Modified: 2010-04-21
I can get to Linux machine from windows XP using ftp but telnet won't let me into the box.

What could be the problem?

If telent doesn't work, what other comm program can I use?
Question by:lcor
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    Accepted Solution

    You likely have ssh configured on the linux machine by default. Try using an SSH client to connect. A good one for windows is PuTTY:
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    Expert Comment

    or you may have a firewall enabled to block telnet/ftp on the Linux server.

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