Understanding Telnet and How It Works

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Telnet is a protocol that allows its use to be able to log in and work on remote systems, such as if there are programs or files stored on the remote computer located on the user’s own computer. The abbreviation Telnet is a software “software” that is used to perform remote control on a computer system.

Telnet is used to log into other computers on the internet and can access public services, including various databases. Users can just sit in front of a computer that is connected to the internet network.

In other words, it can be connected to other computers in one building, one room or even on computers all over the world.

After connecting or connecting, the input provided on the keyboard can directly control the remote computer, any services that have been provided by the remote machine can be accessed and the results will be displayed on the local terminal.

By using Telnet, users can access various services such as library catalogs and many other services.

In use Telnet uses 2 “two” programs, namely on the client and server. the program on the client is used to request services on the server, while the program contained on the server will provide the services requested by the client.

Main Function of Telnet

In short the main function on Telnet is to be able to access computers remotely. Because Telnet can allow the user’s computer to be a terminal from other computers on the internet network. And Telnet allows users to be able to log in as a remote computer user and run a service computer program contained on that computer. That is the main function of Telnet.

Telnet access

Telnet provides direct access to various services on the Internet. Your host computer does provide a variety of services, but if the service is not available, you can use it via Telnet. For example when the Internet community writes interfaces to help other users, Telnet allows you to access their hosts and use the interfaces they make.

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