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Make sure that the computer that you want to telnet to is running the telnet service, and that the firewall on that PC (if using XP/Vista/Win7 and it is switched on, or you have a third party software firewall installed) allows connections to the telnet server.
From the other computer you should be able to just run telnet [destination IP address] and press enter (may need to install telnet client on Windows 7)
check the firewall on the sytem and the firewall on the router and also make sure that u have used the correct way of pinging( 32 bit or 64 bit pinging). Also try to do telnet using the telnet command TELNET IP .....I hope this will sove your problem
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Telnet is a way of connecting remotely to a device.You need a software like Putty which is available for free on the net. After downloading it,Run it, type the ip address of the device you want to telnet to.
Not sure if you've done this already or not, but I would suggest installing the printer manually as a local printer, and create a TCP/IP port that points at the IP of the Printer. Rudimentary way to go, but should help.
Are you running windows XP with the default windows firewall in operation? It is accessible from control panels -- could it be blocking/filtering port 25 -- this is not as much of a solution as a place for you to look on your machine -- I am running a 3rd party firewall that disables the windows firewall.