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I need to check a service running at specific port by telnet. The test will send a cod and according the answer we know if service is OK. Let me show a example:
telnet 184.108.40.206 6802
After this we need send a command, like S1, SR001...If return 0, mean is OK, if not, we have an error.
Anyone have an idea how we did this?
Thank you for advance.
You could do it exactly like that, actually. No different than a batch file. Or just use a batch file if that's what gets the job done!
Thank you Mr. Jones,
I use the netcap to execute the command. See my simple command line inside a linux RHEL.
echo 'COMMAND' | nc 220.127.116.11 1234 > Result.txt
I Just install de nc and run it.... simple...
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