I'm looking for a C/C++ API into telnet. Many Sockets
protocol stacks come with such an API, but not Solaris'.
Thanks in advance!
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Subject: ** telnet api for linux? **
Date: 28 May 1999 23:46:33 GMT
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OK I've checked for a FAQ for this group but I didn't find any and I've
checked with comp.unix.programmer but I have been unable to find a telnet
api for linux. I am looking for something with GNU distribution or
similar (free). Anyway I had tried just setting up a stream pipe to a
telnet process but I didn't have much luck. Basically I just want to be
able to pass some commands to a telnet session and read the output.
Rather than trying to code a telnet client, I figured it would be less
buggy (and easier) to find an api to do this or interface with
/usr/bin/telnet. Has anyone used one or can someone shed some light on an
algorithm to communicate with a telnet process? BTW the code must
be in C. Thanks in advance.
4. Telnet API