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Looking for a telnet command that i can use to telnet into a ssh enabled router in from dos prompt.
Please help , thanks.
OpenSSH for Windows
can be found here:
I chose the San Jose mirror for downloading since the default one didn't work for me.
The answer depends on the Operating System being used at the workstation.
To avoid any Operating System limitation, I highly recommend searching for 'putty.exe' in the web. It's a small client that offers SSHv1 and SSHv2.
Putty's good , but can't be used from the command prompt. Its GUI based. If you're looking for something to use from a DOS prompt as the poster requested, OpenSSH is the way to go. If you want a GUI, putty is a better choice.
Thanks for all of your responses. I have a crt that i use which i can use for ssh devices, but i would also like to use dos prompt as a quick telnet session as well.
The operating system is XP pro.
ssh.com has a non-commercial client that has both a gui and cli option.
just checked and they no longer offer it, but it says other sites offer it.
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