What is Telnet?
Is Telnet secure?
How does Telnet work?
Telnet provides users with a bidirectional interactive text-oriented communication system utilizing a virtual terminal connection over 8 byte. User data is interspersed in-band with telnet control information over the transmission control protocol (TCP). Often, Telnet was used on a terminal to execute functions remotely.
The user connects to the server by using the Telnet protocol, which means entering Telnet into a command prompt by following this syntax: telnet hostname port. The user then executes commands on the server by using specific Telnet commands into the Telnet prompt. To end a session and log off, the user ends a Telnet command with Telnet.