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Hi, I can not telnet the terminal server ip adress from oss ,but i can ping it how to telnet it?

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Try
telnet
Open <IP Address> <port number>

this way you will know if telnet is working or not as well as whether the connection is being permitted

Port number may not be required depends on your set up

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Sorry if my writing is not clear I dont have best english.
If you move your router from eircom to smartelecom you have to change security protocol from "chap" eircom to "pap" smarttelecom.
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