to use Telnet with SpoonProxy
Use your telnet
program to telnet to the internal IP address of the machine you're running SpoonProxy
on (specifying port 8023 by default.)
bring you to the following prompt:
the SpoonProxy> prompt you can type in either a name or an IP address, and
following that, a port parameter is optional (default 23).
instance, to telnet to 192.168.3.14 also known as pi.pi-soft.com through SpoonProxy,
type "192.168.3.14" or "pi.pi-soft.com" or "pi.pi-soft.com
23" or "192.168.3.14 23".
Notes regarding the various Windows Telnet Programs:
on the settings of your telnet client, you may or may not be able to see what
you type at the prompt. If you cannot see anything when you type, you may need
to enable local echo.
has local echo turned on by default and sends carriage return plus linefeed when
you hit Enter, but Windows Telnet and others have different default settings.
Also, if hitting Enter
doesn't work, you'll need to find a way to turn on "send carriage return plus
linefeed." Failing that, try either Control-J (linefeed) or Control-M (carriage
return), because some telnet clients will pass them through directly while others
will treat one or the other as end-of-line sequences.