• Windows Telnet...

    From Zazz@VERT/DECKHVN2/DECKHVNT to Bill McGarrity on Sat Jul 11 13:24:32 2015
    Re: Windows Telnet...
    By: Bill McGarrity to All on Wed Oct 29 2014 10:49 am

    Quick question. Can I use Window's telent.exe as a command in a door to connect to an outside IP and have the I/O appear in the callers client? Reason behind this, the IP i am trying to access requires a newer version of telnet than what is supplied with Synchronet's telgate. At a command prompt using Windows telnet I can access the site with no problems. Connecting to the system with a client the system opens a DOS window, the information is displayed within that window yet nothing to the incoming client. Do I need to configure the Intercept I/O? Right now all I have toggled is Native to Yes and Shell to yes.

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  • From Zazz@VERT/DECKHVN2/DECKHVNT to Bill McGarrity on Sat Jul 11 13:25:59 2015
    Re: Windows Telnet...
    By: Bill McGarrity to All on Wed Oct 29 2014 10:49 am

    Quick question. Can I use Window's telent.exe as a command in a door to connect to an outside IP and have the I/O appear in the callers client? Reason behind this, the IP i am trying to access requires a newer version of telnet than what is supplied with Synchronet's telgate. At a command prompt using Windows telnet I can access the site with no problems. Connecting to the system with a client the system opens a DOS window, the information is displayed within that window yet nothing to the incoming client. Do I need to configure the Intercept I/O? Right now all I have toggled is Native to Yes and Shell to yes.
    Have you used Telnetdoor.exe from Rich Parish. I use it on Synchronet and Mystic board and have had no problems with it.

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  • From Bill McGarrity@VERT/TEQUILAM to Zazz on Sun Jul 19 15:58:00 2015
    Zazz wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-

    Re: Windows Telnet...
    By: Bill McGarrity to All on Wed Oct 29 2014 10:49 am

    Quick question. Can I use Window's telent.exe as a command in a door to connect to an outside IP and have the I/O appear in the callers client? Reason behind this, the IP i am trying to access requires a newer version of telnet than what is supplied with Synchronet's telgate. At a command prompt using Windows telnet I can access the site with no problems. Connecting to the system with a client the system opens a DOS window, the information is displayed within that window yet nothing to the incoming client. Do I need to configure the Intercept I/O? Right now all I have toggled is Native to Yes and Shell to yes.
    Have you used Telnetdoor.exe from Rich Parish. I use it on Synchronet
    and Mystic board and have had no problems with it.

    Really don't need it with Synch's telegate. That's what I use here. Oroginal problem hadto do with syntax error. DM cleared it right up.


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