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    telnet

    Syntax

    telnet ipAddress | hostname [ vrf vrfName ] [ ipPortNumber | ipPortType ]
    [ source-interface interfaceType interfaceSpecifier | noecho | line | debug |
    verbose ]*

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

    Description

    Enables connections to remote routers via the embedded Telnet client. There is no no version.

    Options

    • ipAddress—IP address of the remote router
    • hostname—Name of the remote router
    • vrfName—Name of the VRF to which the command applies; string of 1–32 alphanumeric characters
    • ipPortNumber—Number of the port for the connection to the remote router, in the range 0–65535; default value is port number 23, the Telnet port. For more information about port numbers and associated processes, see www.iana.org.
    • ipPortType—Name of a well-known port, as follows:
      • bgp—Border Gateway Protocol (port 179)
      • chargen—Character generator (port 19)
      • cmd—Remote commands (port 514)
      • daytime—Daytime (port 13)
      • discard—Discard (port 9)
      • domain—Domain Name Service (port 53)
      • echo—Echo (port 7)
      • exec —Exec (port 512)
      • finger—Finger (port 79)
      • ftp—File Transfer Protocol (port 21)
      • ftp-data—FTP data connections (port 20)
      • gopher—Gopher (port 70)
      • hostname—NIC hostname server (port 101)
      • ident—Ident Protocol (port 113)
      • irc—Internet Relay Chat (port 194)
      • klogin—Kerberos login (port 543)
      • kshell—Kerberos shell (port 544)
      • login—Login (port 513)
      • lpd—Printer service (port 515)
      • nntp—Network News Transport Protocol (port 119)
      • pim-auto-rp—Protocol Independent Multicast Auto RP (port 496)
      • pop2—Post Office Protocol version 2 (port 109)
      • pop3—Post Office Protocol version 2 (port 110)
      • smtp—Simple Mail Transport Protocol (port 25)
      • sunrpc—Sun Remote Procedure Call (port 111)
      • syslog—Syslog (port 514)
      • tacacs—Terminal Access Concentrator Access Control System (port 49)
      • talk—Talk (port 517)
      • telnet—Telnet (port 23)
      • time—Time (port 37)
      • uucp—Unix-to-Unix Copy Program (port 540)
      • whois—Nickname (port 43)
      • www —World Wide Web (port 80)
    • source-interface—Forces Telnet to use the IP address of the specified interface as the source address for the Telnet connection
      • interfaceType—Type of interface to use to obtain the source address for the Telnet connection; see Interface Types and Specifiers
      • interfaceSpecifier—Number of interface to use to obtain the source address for the Telnet connection; format varies according to interface type; see Interface Types and Specifiers
    • noecho—Disables local echo of user input
    • line—Enables line mode
    • debug—Enables debugging
    • verbose—Enables verbose mode
    • *—Indicates that one or more parameters can be repeated multiple times in a list in the command line

    Mode

    Privileged Exec

    Published: 2014-08-18