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Practical UNIX by Steve Moritsugu - DTR Business Systems

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Logging On to UNIX over the Network

After connectivity has been established, you can start to execute some applications over the network. The following section examines the execution of a number of application programs, illustrating what functionality can be achieved.

Using Telnet to Log On

The Telnet program provides the capability to log on and access resources on a remote host. The Telnet program takes the remote hostname or IP address as an argument and attempts to open a connection to the specified host.

Using telnet to log in to a remote UNIX system

1.
Type in the following commands, replacing the specified hostname with the name of your own host: telnet www.catfish.com. Then press Enter.
2.
The Telnet program first tries to resolve the ...

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