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The command tlntadmn -s will list information about the current Telnet sessions. This will display something like the following: C:\Windows\system32>tlntadmn -s 1 telnet session(s) ID Domain UserName Client LogonDate LogonTime IdleTime (hh:mm:ss) ...


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You can use the software redirector Serial/IP from Tactical Software to accomplish this. Serial/IP will create a virtual COM port that can be linked to the TCP/IP address of the endpoint. After installing Serial/IP, pick a virtual COM port number, then enter the IP address of the Raspberry PI, the TCP port (23 in this case), and select Telnet as the ...


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Most likely there are firewall rules in router_2 that prevent SSH access from the IP address space used by the routed mode tunnel Check the firewall in router_2.



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