How To Configure Telnet In Redhat Enterprise Linux

In This Tutorial We Are Going To Learn How To Configure Telnet In Redhat Enterprise Linux Rhel-4&5

 

Just Follow These Simple Steps

 

Step-1 Before Configuring Telnet You Must Have Configured Yum Server In Your linux System If You Don’t Know How To Configure Yum Server So Scroll Down The Page And Click On Link And See How To Configure Yum Server In Linux

https://techno4you.net/2018/06/15/how-to-configure-yum-server-in-redhat-linux-rhel-45/

 

Step-2 Now How To Configure Telnet

Here Is The Command Of Configuring Telnet

#yum install telnet* -y {To Install The Package Of Telnet}
#vim /etc/xinetd.d/telnet {This Is The Configuration File Of Telnet And We Have To Do Changes Inside This Conf File Here IS The Changes  disable = no}
#service xinetd restart {To Restart The Service of Telnet}
#chkconfig on
#iptables -F  {To Turn Off The Firewall}
#Setenforce 0

Here You Can See The Picture What Change We Have To Do In The Configuration File

 

 

Now You Have To Create User In Linux

Here Is The Command Of Creating User In Linux

#useradd redhhat
#passwd redhhat  {After Then Give The Password To The User Which You Created Before}

Here You Chan Check This Picture How I Created User In Linux

 

Step-3 Now Ho To Windos And Open Cmd In Windows And Then First Check The Network Is Working Or Not In Linux Or Windows So How To Check

Run This Command In Windows Cmd

ping 192.168.56.101 {192.168.56.101 Is The Ip Address Of Linux}

Now Run This Command In Cmd

telnet 192.168.56.101

Now Login With Root In Cmd Of Windows

This Is All How To Configure Telnet In Redhat Enterprise Linux

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