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Command Reference Guide
/TELNET Outbound Telnet
Creates an outbound Telnet connection.
Notes:
• Inorderforthe/TELNETcommandtofunction,Telnet/SSHandOutbound
Service Access must be enabled for your user account as described in
Section6.4.Inaddition,TelnetAccessandOutboundAccessmustalsobe
enabledviatheNetworkParametersmenu,asdescribedinSection6.8.
• IfyouhaveloggedinviatheNetworkPort,the/TELNETcommandwillnot
function.
Availability: Administrator, SuperUser, User
Format: /TELNET <ip> [port] [raw] [Enter]
Where:
ip Is the target IP address. The IP Address can be entered in either IPv4
or IPv6 format.
port Is an optional argument which can be included to indicate the target port
at the IP address.
raw Is an optional argument which can be included to indicate a raw socket
connection. In order to create a raw socket connection, the command line
must end with the text "raw".
/SSH Outbound SSH
Creates an outbound SSH connection.
Notes:
• Inorderforthe/SSHcommandtofunction,Telnet/SSHandOutbound
Service Access must be enabled for your user account as described in
Section6.4.Inaddition,SSHAccessandOutboundAccessmustalsobe
enabledviatheNetworkParametersmenu,asdescribedinSection6.8.
• IfyouhaveloggedinviatheNetworkPort,the/SSHcommandwillnot
function.
Availability: Administrator, SuperUser, User
Format: /SSH <ip> -l <username> [Enter]
Where:
ip Is the target IP address. The IP Address can be entered in either
IPv4 or IPv6 format.
-l (Lowercase letter "L") Indicates that the next argument will be the
log on name.
username Is the username that you wish to use to log in to the target device.
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