who terminates telnet (linux)?

who terminates telnet (linux)?

Post by falke.. » Sun, 20 Mar 1994 01:11:38

when i connect via telnet to another host i found that i will dropped
out after ca. 1 hour. I read some weeks ago that the linux telnet
(given in the slackware 1.1.1 package) uses the an envrionment vriable and
manages the duration by itself.

the problem is that i can't remember the text and how to change the
time out for the telnet connection to void drop outs.

for hints i would be very glad



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