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Re^6: Time out error as I connect to remote desktop server using telnet

by Anonymous Monk
on Oct 04, 2011 at 11:32 UTC ( #929518=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: Time out error as I connect to remote desktop server using telnet
in thread Time out error as I connect to remote desktop server using telnet

hi marto

In local i dont have access .But I have planet server .In that i have telnet command access.I executed same program in planer server to connect another server .Still i shows same error

Any idea?


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Re^7: Time out error as I connect to remote desktop server using telnet
by marto (Chancellor) on Oct 04, 2011 at 11:36 UTC

    I have no idea what "planet server" means. Stop testing your program and ensure that you can connect from Server A to Server B using telnet at the command prompt. Then test your perl script using Net::Telnet to connect from Server A to Server B. Again, check with your sysadmin/network admin.

      hi marto

      I typed in command prompt like telnet xx.xxx.xxx.xxx 80

      Is this correct one to connect from Server A to Server B using telnet at the command prompt

        This has nothing at all to do with Perl. Please ask your system administrator for advice on how to operate your computer and the servers. They will also know the network parameters.

        You've specified port 80 when connecting. Telnet does not usually run on port 80. Port 80 is typically used for HTTP, telnet typically uses port 23. Either don't specify a port at all or provide the correct one.

        If you're confused by telnet type man telnet at the command prompt.

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