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remote connection Telnet / Terra Term Pro

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by pesja, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. pesja

    pesja Guest

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    I 'm a newby on the linux market en it's mayby a stupid question but:

    I want from my Windows XP console a connection with my Fedora Core 2 box (with plesk installed).

    I can't connect to it with telnet of terra term pro, but mayby i do something wrong. (mayby make connection through port 23 isn't the right one)
     
  2. pesja

    pesja Guest

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    Nobody?!?!?
     
  3. CBiLL

    CBiLL Guest

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    use ssh instead .. .

    Telnet is not installed as default on most linux distro now days because it send information in plain text so anyone sniffing the network beteen you and your server will see the username and password in plain text .. ssh encrypts before sending it accross the networks and is installed always ,,

    I never use terra term but I am sure if it the latest software it will have an option allowing you to log in as ssh port 22 instead of telnet ..

    Bill
     
  4. md3vxx

    md3vxx Guest

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    SSH

    Hi,

    Tera-Term is a legacy application now used, primarily for, null-serial type connections.

    Get a copy of Putty and use it to SSH into your server.

    m.
     
  5. pesja

    pesja Guest

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    I tried Putty. Worked fine for me. Thank's for your reply.
     
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