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Thread: How to run Telnet Command in java?

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    Default How to run Telnet Command in java?

    How to run Telnet Command in java?
    plz anyone help me.


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    Default Re: How to run Telnet Command in java?

    I would think it would need

    import java.net.*

    Have you tried Googling the term in relation to Java? All I
    know is it has something to do with Socket programming, but
    you can certainly find useful information with a simple search.

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    Default Re: How to run Telnet Command in java?

    You have two approaches:

    1. "exec" out to a system shell to call the telnet client with all the right environment and arguments, do the work and capture the output and any return codes. (For example, if all you had to do was an automated exchange with a foreign telnet host.)

    2a. Write a telnet application in Java that does what you need, and then write the client code around that.
    2b. Find a telnet/ssh/scp library you can leverage, and write your client code around that.

    (1) is crufty, highly system dependent, and brittle. But it can get the job done in a pinch if you need something quick and dirty. (2a) is probably over-kill. (2b) is doable, but you have to find the library for you. There used to be some non-free Java telnet/ssh libraries I used to make an ssh applet, and such things still exist for all browsers, so this implies there are more than a few telnet/ssh libraries out there you can leverage.

    Final note: don't use telnet. Use ssh. Another hint: don't ever use telnet.

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