TCP/IP Testing help, Round 2
mouse at Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA
Mon Jan 1 00:03:53 CST 2007
> Some of you noted from last time that there is no character echoing
> or line editing. Telnet users on Unix machines will probably have
> local line editing, which makes things a wee bit nicer.
Yes, I found I did.
> The standard Windows telnet client doesn't do that by default, so you
> will type but not see your characters. That's a project for a
> different day.
What, fixing Windows telnet to actually conform to the spec? Yes,
that's quite a project. :-)
> And lastly, if you remember, type in your OS and machine type as a
> command. It will complain about it being an invalid command, but
> I'll see it in the log and I'll have a better idea of what I'm
> testing against.
Actually, it complained about it being two or three "Bogus command"s
(I'm not sure what the relevant difference between the two-complaint
ones and the three-complaint ones is.)
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