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First time i thought that something wrong with the server. But maybe i am not clear when explaining the problem upstair.

I have tried to connect the two different ports using telnet (debian distro) and i can log in using both port (portA and portB).

But when trying to use perl module i can't connect to the server in one of the port (portB = 10012).

So i try to use different way, i use phyton and write a small code, and it looks working, i get the login and password prompt when trying connecting to portB (10012).

btw thx for replaying, i am still searching for the possibility and server mailfunction maybe also one of the posibities (thx for advice) . And i open for any suggestion, maybe another debug method to try etc, etc .

sincerely yours.


In reply to Re^2: Can't connect to telnet server problems by kampret77
in thread Can't connect to telnet server problems by kampret77

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