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Telnet

The main Internet protocol for creating an interactive control connection with a remote computer. Telnet is the most common way of allowing users a remote connection to a network, as with telecommuters or remote workers.

Telnet is a network protocol used on the Internet or local area network LAN connection. It is used to provide user-oriented command line logon sessions between hosts on the Internet. The name is derived from the words telephone network because the program is designed to emulate a single terminal which is attached to another computer.

A network protocol that is used on the Internet or on a local area network (LAN) connection. It is used to provide user-oriented command-line logon sessions between hosts on the Internet. The name is derived from the words telephone network because the program was designed to emulate a single terminal that is attached to another computer.

Telnet is a network protocol that is used on the Internet or on a LAN connection. It is used to provide user-oriented command-line logon sessions between hosts on the Internet.