Re: Telnet- didnt know where to put this
Telnet defaults to port 23, for most configurations. However, it is archaic and completely insecure (not unlike myself), most sane people have abandoned it in favour of SSH which is encrypted.
You would need to allow your other machine to accept incoming Telnet connections. Why would you want to do this? If you are trying to remote administer the other machine, there are other options available such as Remote Desktop or VNC which, in my opinion, are infiinitely more featured and useful than Telnet. You have full control as if you are physically sitting at the computer.
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