Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Telnet and SSH, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- I forgot my files.…I mean, wouldn't it be great if there'd be some way…if you were at some remote location…to be magically transported back to the computer with…just the files that I needed.…Well see, that's the idea behind Telnet.…What you need to remember is that a bazillion years ago…computers run only at a Command Prompt.…So Telnet is a remote Command Prompt…to a far, far away computer.…Now as technology has improved and in later episodes,…you're gonna see things life remote desktop,…and things like that which provide a complete…graphical user interface.…
That's not what I'm talking about in this episode.…We're talking about just being able to get…to another computer's Command Prompt…via the tool Telnet.…So what I'm gonna do is, let's go ahead and get…a Telnet server and a Telnet client going…and I'm gonna use this one as a server…and we'll go ahead and bring another computer back…as the client and we'll start off…by talking about Telnet servers.…Now when it comes to Telnet servers, there's almost nothing…
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