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Button to issue a telnet command?

Button to issue a telnet command? in Website Design HTML, XML, CSS, Graphics topic (part of our Website Design & Hosting group).

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Does anyone have an idea on how to add a button on a web page and have it automate a telnet session?

Example would be to create a button that says Reboot Router. When clicked it would automatically telnet to the router, automatically login, and automatically send the reboot commad.

Daren
 Posted 17 years ago (Thread Starter)
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The challenge will be to create a .EXE or script on your server that performs the desired tasks. Then you can execute it by posting, eg:



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Kim Berry is an experienced coder currently specializing in VS.Net C# coding of WinForm and WebForm applications. Kim currently works part time for Prestwood IT Solutions and participates in this online community when time allows. Kim worked fulltime at Prestwood Software for four years and is still available for part time evenings and weekends work. He was one of the main Prestwood developers developing ASPSuite and has coded in many languages including C, Visual Basic, Delphi, and Visual Studio.Net.


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