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UNIX – Lesson 020 – telnet and rlogin commands


telnet

Telnet is a protocol for emulating a remote terminal, which means that it can be used to run commands entered on a keyboard at a remote machine. The tool Telnet is an implementation of the Telnet protocol, which means that it translates the protocol specifications into programming language to create a program that can emulate a terminal.
The telnet command is the remote login

Syntax :
telnet hostname or telnet ip_address

Example :

# telnet itctnss0123
Trying 164.130….
Connected to itctnss0123.
Escape character is ‘^]’.
SunOS 5.8
login: root
Password:
Last login: Thu Feb 24 16:13:12 from itctnss0123
Sun Microsystems Inc. SunOS 5.8 Generic Patch February 2004
You have new mail.

telnet > quit                             #To exit

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rlogin

The “rlogin” command is similar to telnet. The rlogin starts a terminal session on a remote host.

Syntax :
rlogin hostname

Example :
$ rlogin itctnss0123
Password:
Last login: Mon Oct 8 11:41:38 on pts/1
Sun Microsystems Inc. SunOS 5.5.1 Generic May 1996
You have mail.

# rlogin itctnss0123-l root
If you want to connect on itctnss0123 server as “root” user and not using “xarabas” user you can use the “-l” option

N.B.:
If there is a file called “.rhosts” in the user HOME directory the rlogin command will not prompt you for a password.
In the next lesson we speak about the .rhosts file.

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