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lacie drive remote reboot through telnet

Posted on 2008-10-15
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hi
I have lacie drive that I cannot seem to connect to across a vpn
I can telnet into the firewall/router 10.11.1.1
and from that telnet session I can telnet 10.11.1.3 80 (lacie drive)
Basically when I press enter I can see things like
<HEAD><TITLE>400 Bad Request</TITLE></HEAD>
                                           <BODY><H1>400 Bad Request</H1>
                                                                         Unsuppo
rted method.
            </BODY>

[Connection to 10.11.1.3 closed by foreign host]

I seen this site
http://xbmc.org/forum/showthread.php?t=32105
which allows you to a remote shutdown, through typing a url to remotley shut it down,
but I dont know how to do this through telnet or even if might work through telnet, its a bit of long shot, any help with but really appreciated.
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Port 80 is generally/normally used for HTTP, not telnet.  Although you are using telnet on your side the other side is a web server and expecting HTTP commands.  I know how to type HTTP commands using a telnet client, but I don't know how to pass the userid and password for authentication.

What I think you need to do is setup the firewall so that you can http directly to the lacie box and then use a normal web browser to do this.
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