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I've ensured the service is on,but when telnet 11053,connection fails,why?

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Are you sure it's not firewalled off? The service can be on but no packets may actually be delivered. – Wes Hardaker Apr 7 '11 at 3:34
just pointing out, there is no such thing as tcp:// and it doesn't even look like there is such a thing as telnet:// but your command would work. if .. – barlop Jul 8 '11 at 0:23
telnet listen on port 23, if you have not configured it to listen on 11053. – Deb Jul 17 '12 at 9:17

If that address was listening, and you had a path to it, your command telnet 11053 would connect just fine.

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try to connect from the local machine (where this service is running) to this port - if that works you have a firewall "problem"

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