for more basic info on ssh and telnet, http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=240508
still use it to add printers to network .........
it's a LOT quicker to telnet in and set parameters than trying to set em on keypad
apart from that, it is not considered 'safe' enough to allow Sys/Ad to play with s they generally use SSH to do same thing..........
HT hit it
if it IS a 'secure' network, telnet is the way to go to get things moving
but for 'real' world apps
you would try to use a little more 'security'
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