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Re^3: Perl Script to Test Telnet Connectivity

by NERDVANA (Deacon)
on Nov 12, 2022 at 00:54 UTC ( [id://11148153]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Perl Script to Test Telnet Connectivity
in thread Perl Script to Test Telnet Connectivity

I'd like to add that the TCP method is better anyway. SSH doesn't actually talk a telnet-compatible protocol, it just happens to show you something useful when you connect with a standard telnet client. You shouldn't rely on it being compatible with a module that expects an actual telnet server on the other end.
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