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telnet "DEL" interpretation

I connect a PC via a modem to 3640 router. In the 3640 there are MICA modems. On the pc there is a program that sends data. When this data arrives

on the tty line in the router I use the autocommand telnet 193.210.186.240 10300 /no echo to make a tcp connection to a remote host. It works like we expect but when the host sends data with

the code FF it is interpreatet by the telnet in the router as an DEL control character and it is not send out on the tty line . The application on the pc needs this character. Can I set some option do send this to the tty line?

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Re: telnet "DEL" interpretation

The telnet should be 8-bit clean; you

may want to try connecting the PC

directly to the 3640 to verify if this

is an IOS issue or a modem issue.

You might also try the /stream option,

if possible. This will prevent all

telnet negotiations (but since you are

connecting to port 10300 this may not

be a problem), but with the /stream

option we should use 8-bit data too.

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