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    doing some hack/games

    how can i can i pipe a telnet output into a text file in window...

    i'm using regular windows telnet

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    Dude, did u try microsoft.com? I did and within 5 seconds I found this... im sure your answer is in there.. just look around a bit, do some Googling... not hard at all.

    http://search.microsoft.com/search/r...n-us&qu=Telnet
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    that is not the point texan ... i know how to use telnet ... all i don't know how to do is for windows 2k telnet client spit the out put into the text files
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    I am not sure if it is possible to "telnet > text.file".
    But it is possible to select, copy and paste into the notepad or some other editor.

    Do you want to automate some functions based on analyse of telnet output results?
    // too far away outside of limit

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    Texan had it right, chase down the third entry in the search and you will find the command line instructions. There is a logging function in telnet that will log to a local text file.

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    Windows telnet sucks. Use Putty.

    3.2 Creating a log file of your session

    For some purposes you may find you want to log everything that
    appears on your screen. You can do this using the `Logging' panel in
    the configuration box.

    To begin a session log, select `Change Settings' from the system
    menu and go to the Logging panel. Enter a log file name, and select
    a logging mode. (You can log all session output including the
    terminal control sequences, or you can just log the printable text.
    It depends what you want the log for.) Click `Apply' and your log
    will be started. Later on, you can go back to the Logging panel and
    select `Logging turned off completely' to stop logging; then PuTTY
    will close the log file and you can safely read it.

    See section 4.2 for more details and options.
    Full doc found Here.

    Hope this helps.
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    Geez, ever tried this :

    Code:
    C:\>telnet --help
    But since you're lazy i'll copy/paste it ...

    Code:
    C:\>telnet --help
    
    telnet [-a][-e escape-teken][-f logbestand][-l gebruiker][-t term]
           [host [poort]]
    
     -a      Een poging tot automatisch aanmelden. Vergelijkbaar met de optie -l,
             met als verschil dat de naam van de aangemelde gebruiker wordt
             gebruikt.
     -e      Het escape-teken waarmee de prompt van de telnet-client wordt
             weergegeven.
     -f      De bestandsnaam voor het vastleggen van logboekgegevens aan de
             clientkant.
     -l      De gebruikersnaam waarmee wordt aangemeld bij het externe systeem.
             Het externe systeem moet ondersteuning bieden voor de optie
             TELNET ENVIRON.
     -t      Het type terminal.
             De ondersteunde terminaltypen zijn vt100, vt52, ansi en vtnt.
     host    De hostnaam of het IP-adres van de externe computer
             waarmee verbinding moet worden gemaakt.
     poort   Een poortnummer of servicenaam.
    
    C:\>
    So try the -f function ....

    *** EDIT ***

    LMAO, I just notice this is a dutch dos version. Anyway the english --help function will work too.

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    One other option is to use the windows version of NetCat..

    http://www.vulnwatch.org/netcat/
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    One other option is to use the windows version of NetCat..
    especially the -l function of netcat is usefull .... for us ....

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