I am just trying some really basic Telnet as part of a HTTP tutorial, but everything I've read assumes that the Enter key works very differently than how it's been working for me so far.
So an example like:
>telnet Microsoft Telnet>o www.bing.com 80 Connecting To www.bing.com... Microsoft Telnet>GET / HTTP/1.1 [ENTER] Host: www.bing.com [ENTER] [ENTER]
Doesn't work at all for me because as soon as I press
Enter key the first time, I immediately get
Invalid Command. type /?help for help
So I never even get the chance to complete the
I've tried having
set crlf turned on and off, and that doesn't make a difference. Tried using Ctrl/Shift/Alt-Enter to get it to put in a newline instead of submitting the command, and no luck.
I've googled around a lot, and every tutorial / forum / etc. just assumes that the Enter key puts a LF or CRLF in and that you have to hit Enter twice to submit the command; I haven't found anything that addresses what to do if that is not the case.
I'm on Windows 7, with Telnet Client featured turned on, in a regular Command Prompt.