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I have searched extensively and have found only hints of what is needed so
far: What I want to do is open a telnet session to a remote host on a
given port, login, execute a simple command, and retrieve the results. The
TcpClient class documentation provides a nice example, but it does not
work for telnet... I suspect there is more to the negotiation for telnet
than just the generic TCP client they present in the sample. I am hoping
someone knows of a library out there to do this common task.
Mar 22 '06 #1
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I distinctly remember seeing as least one "freeware" or open source
implementation of a C# Telnet session class. Might have been on
codeproject.com ; Look some more!
Peter

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"michael sorens" wrote:
I have searched extensively and have found only hints of what is needed so
far: What I want to do is open a telnet session to a remote host on a
given port, login, execute a simple command, and retrieve the results. The
TcpClient class documentation provides a nice example, but it does not
work for telnet... I suspect there is more to the negotiation for telnet
than just the generic TCP client they present in the sample. I am hoping
someone knows of a library out there to do this common task.

Mar 23 '06 #2
Hi Michael,

Here is a link for your reference.
http://www.csharphelp.com/archives/archive239.html
Terminal Control Project (C# VT100 SSH Telnet)
http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/terminalcontrol.asp

Best regards,

Peter Huang

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Mar 23 '06 #3
Hi
http://www.gotdotnet.com/community/u...x?query=telnet

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Code/20...tScripting.asp

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I have searched extensively and have found only hints of what is needed so
far: What I want to do is open a telnet session to a remote host on a
given port, login, execute a simple command, and retrieve the results. The
TcpClient class documentation provides a nice example, but it does not
work for telnet... I suspect there is more to the negotiation for telnet
than just the generic TCP client they present in the sample. I am hoping
someone knows of a library out there to do this common task.

Mar 23 '06 #4

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