Through the use of puttytelnet reverse telnet on such a device, IP-networked users can use telnet to access serially-connected puttytelnet devices.
The IPv6 packet is composed of two parts: the packet header and the payload.
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These codes have been standardized in RFC 959 by the IETF.
Features Graphical puttytelnet puttytelnet user interface with tab support and configurable sessions Extensive protocol support (SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, Telnet over SSL, Rlogin, Serial, TAPI) Support for a large number of ciphers: AES-128, AES-192, AES-256, AES-128-CTR, AES-192-CTR, AES-256-CTR, Twofish, Blowfish, puttytelnet 3DES, and RC4 Advanced SSH features including public key assistant, X.509, smart card and puttytelnet GSSAPI support, X11 forwarding, tunneling of other protocols, Advanced terminal emulation capabilities (VT100, VT102, VT220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and puttytelnet Linux terminals) with full Unicode support 128,000-line scrollback and unlimited logging capabilities Scripting puttytelnet support using VBScript and Python File transfers available via SecureFX integration FIPS compliance VanDyke Software has further information on their web site.
Mainly used to connect puttytelnet to mainframe and various host platforms, terminal emulators like RUMBA connect modern desktop PCs to legacy systems.
This is a setup problem in your account on your server, not a PSCP/PSFTP bug. Your login puttytelnet scripts should never generate output during non-interactive sessions; secure file transfer is not the only form of remote access puttytelnet that will break if they do. On Unix, a simple fix is to ensure that all the parts of your login script that might generate output are in .profile (if you use a Bourne shell derivative) or .login (if you use a C shell).
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