When I'm typing commands in to Telnet they're coming back with an echo type of display and it doesn't always make sense. It can skip characters or I can type too fast and they will display out of order.
I type SET ?
I see SEST ET ?? or something like that.
All commands in Telnet work though, just the display is bad. Is there a way to turn the echo off?
It looks as if you have your local echo turned on. This means that your own computer is also echoing back what you type on the screen. This can be switched off as the remote host also sends any character back that it receives. That's why you are seeing all characters twice.
I cannot give you specific hints about turning local echo off. The exact setting depends on your telnet emulation but when you walk through the menu's, you should find it somewhere.
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