How To Configure Telnet With Proxy Server In Redhat Enterprise Linux

In This Tutorial We Are Going To Lern How To Configure Telnet Server With Proxy Server

In This You Must Have Atleast 3 Linux In Your System Here I Am Having 3 Linux In VM VirtualBox

1. Telnet Main Server
2. Proxy Server
3. Telnet Client

 

Here What Is The Use Of This

If You Are Client In Linux And You Want To Login To The Telnet But You Don’t Want To Show Your Ip So In That Case Proxy Server Will Work You Login With Proxy And It Will Redirect You To Main Telnet server So This Is The Use Of Proxy server

 

Before Configuring This You Must Have Configured Yum Server In Your Linux System Also If You Don’t Know How To Configure Yum Server So Click On This Link And Learn Ho To Configure Yum Server

 

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


Firstly You Have To Create User

Useradd hacking {To Create User In Linux}
passwd hacking {After This Give The Password To The User }

Here Is The Command Of Configuring Telnet Main Server

#yum install telnet* -y
#service xinetd restart
#vim /etc/xinetd.d/telnet {This Is The Configuration File Of Telnet Server And You Have To Write And You HAve To Do Some Correction Inside This Conf File Here You Can Check This Picture Inside The Conf File What Changes You Have To Do And What You Have To Write Inside This File}
#service xinetd restart
#chkconfig on
#iptables -F  {To Turn Off The Filewall}
#setenforce 0 {To Turn Off The Se Linux}

Here Is The Picture You Can Check Inside The Conf File Changes Picture

disable = no

In Bind  192.168.43.106 {Is The IP Address Of Linux}

Now Our Portion Of Telnet Main server Is Complete Now We Have To Create Proxy server

Here Is The Command of Conf Proxy Server

#yum install telnet* -y
#service xinetd restart
#vim /etc/xinetd.d/telnet {This Is The Configuration File Of Proxy Server And You Have To Write And You Have To Do Some Correction Inside This Conf File Here You Can Check This Picture Inside The Conf File What Changes You Have To Do And What You Have To Write Inside This File}
#service xinetd restart
#chkconfig on
#iptables -F  {To Turn Off The Filewall}
#setenforce 0 {To Turn Off The Se Linux}

Here Is The Picture You Can Check Inside The Conf File Changes Picture

disable = no
In Bind  192.168.43.151 {Is The IP Address Of Linux }

Redirect 192.168.43.106  {Is The IP Address Of Main Telnet Server And 23 Is The Port Of Telnet}

 

Now login With The Client To The Proxy server

#telnet 192.168.43.151

After This Login Whith The User Which You Created Before 


Thats All How To Configure Telnet with Proxy Server Just Follow This Simple Things And Then Configure By Your Own

Thank You

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