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Telnet Jaguar server

3 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-23 01:34:32.0Z
Steve Wu Posted on 2000-02-16 06:18:16.0Z
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Hi

Could anyone give me an example session when using telnet to communicate
with the jaguar server? I'd like to know how to determine the communication
is good. Thanks in advance.

Best regards,
Steve.


Daniel Montero Posted on 2000-02-17 16:28:08.0Z
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you can do
iiop: telnet hostname 9000
http: telnet hostname 8080
tds: telnet hostname 7878

You will not be able to send any text unless you know IIOP or HTTP, but you can
check this way if the connection succeeded or not. In Windows95/NT, you will
see the hostname in the title when the connection is ok.

HTH,
danim

Steve WU wrote:

> Hi
>
> Could anyone give me an example session when using telnet to communicate
> with the jaguar server? I'd like to know how to determine the communication
> is good. Thanks in advance.
>
> Best regards,
> Steve.


Evan Ireland Posted on 2000-02-23 01:34:32.0Z
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Daniel Montero wrote:
>
> you can do
> iiop: telnet hostname 9000
> http: telnet hostname 8080
> tds: telnet hostname 7878
>
> You will not be able to send any text unless you know IIOP or HTTP, but you can
> check this way if the connection succeeded or not. In Windows95/NT, you will
> see the hostname in the title when the connection is ok.

If you try with port 9000 (IIOP) typing

G I O P Ctrl-A Ctrl-@ Ctrl-A Ctrl-@ Del Del Del Del

(That is twelve key presses)

You should get a "Connection to host lost" message after pressing the last Del.
(Basically this is a GIOP message header for an unreasonably large message).
This really lets you know if you are talking to an IIOP listener.
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