Sorry about being naive but I'm slowly understanding what is happening. I
believe my whole issue is something to do with java.net.Socket class trying
to use a proxy server. How can I turn this off before trying to connect
with the TelnetClient class?
From: Dale Harris [mailto:itsupport@mart...]
Sent: Wednesday, 27 May 2009 8:25
To: 'Jakarta General List'
Subject: RE: Apache commons.net 2.0 support
Sorry about getting the name wrong, but that is the package that I
downloaded a couple of weeks ago and trying to use.
The org.apache.commons.net.telnet.TelnetClient class just doesn't work for
me. I've tried using the supplied example, which doesn't work either. I
know that Java changed somewhat with networking on Windows from Java 1.6.10,
and I was wondering if that is what has broken the telnet classes. I don't
know how it changed, but I know Java 1.6.10 broke the networking (from my
understanding) in an existing application which we use.
From: Simon Kitching [mailto:skitching@apac...]
Sent: Tuesday, 26 May 2009 17:37
To: Jakarta General List
Subject: Re: Apache CommonNet 2.0 support
Dale Harris schrieb:
> I was wondering where I can ask to get support for Apache CommonNet 2.0 as
> have an issue with TelnetClient class not connecting. I am using Java
> 1.6_13 on Windows Vista. The supplied telnet example doesn't work when
> trying to connect to a local telnet server; Putty works okay.