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Turning Telnet on on Mac OS X Leopard

Does Mac OS X Leopard have Telnet client technology? I've seen plenty of stuff around on the internet pertaining to Snow Leopard, but not plain old Leopard. I know some people like to use SSH, but I'm ...
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How to type non-ASCII characters in telnet on Mac OS X

I can't type any non-ASCII characters in telnet on Mac OS X. I've checked the configuration of my iTerm2. I also tried to use the telnet on a Linux machine via ssh. It works well.
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How to make a terminal (running in Atari emulator on Mac) talk to a telnet BBS?

There are a number of Atari ST BBSes still running today, available via telnet. I connect to some of these occasionally using SyncTerm on my Mac. It would be even better to use an ATARI terminal ...
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OSX telnet not working from localhost

Telnet from my mac OSx doesn't work while it works from the AWS instances and other networks. I have no local firewalls. Nothing related in /var/log/system In the below transcript, the telnet hangs ...
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Telnet - Google Drive GET request error

I'm on Mac OSX trying to use telnet to get a file off of google drive. I found that the following link template causes an automatic download of a file off of google drive: ...
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How can I input utf-8 symbols in telnet client on OS X?

I am using OSX 10.6.8 and telnet via terminal. I can input russian (utf8) symbols in terminal, but when i use telnet, i can see russian symbols, but cannot input them (instead of "ั‚ะตัั‚" i get ...
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Isn't localhost simply 127.0.0.1 on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)?

I tried telnet localhost on Mac OS X Lion, and this is the output I got. Trying ::1... telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused Trying 127.0.0.1... telnet: connect to address ...
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How to telnet to find all computer name in a network?

There are multiple computers connected in a network. How can I find out these computer name and IP address? When I was using Windows, I used to have MacAfee Security and it maps out all the ...
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How do I quit telnet in iTerm

The title says it all. Note that I'm using a non-US layout, Norwegian, so I can't create the ctrl+] combination. I've found the trick before, but can't find it.
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How to type non-printable ASCII characters in Mac OS X Terminal?

To communicate with a serial-type device over a telnet socket, I need to type the null character (ASCII 0) and all other non-printable ASCII characters. On Windows, you hold ALT and type the ASCII ...