Re: OT: Opinions on Earthlink?

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From: Bob Nielsen (nielsen@oz.net)
Date: Tue Dec 18 2001 - 19:05:29 CST


Win 98 (and presumably the newer versions, as well) has a telnet client
built-in. Just go to a MS-DOS prompt and type: telnet <hostname>

Running Linux, I have a shell account on my own computer, of course. I
also have a Linux box as my firewall/router and can telnet to it from
anywhere, if necessary. Actually I use SSH (secure shell) instead of
telnet, since everything is encrypted and I'd rather not have
unencrypted passwords going out if there is another way to make the
connection. I also have accounts on a few other machines around the
country, which came in handy when my DSL modem failed and it took about
three weeks to get a replacement.

Bob, N7XY

On Tue, Dec 18, 2001 at 05:26:04PM -0600, Rob Matherly wrote:
> How exactly do you do that anyway? (Connecting via telnet that is)

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Bob Nielsen, N7XY                          nielsen@oz.net
Bainbridge Island, WA                      http://www.oz.net/~nielsen
IOTA NA-065, USI WA-028S 


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