Thank you all for your responce.
> My original question was:
> Any idea how to run telnet in raw mode, I need telnet to
> pass all the special characters (escape: ^], erase, ..)
> without any interpretation.
I found that the best solution is at telnet>
prompt type 'set escape off', but this won't
work with HP machines.
1. At the telnet prompt try toggle localchars.
2. Try starting telnet without any host and at the "telnet> " prompt type
"set ?" and "toggle ?". I believe toggle autosynch will do what you want.
3. rlogin -8 -l user host (instead telnet).
Geoff Walker <email@example.com>
"Eric M. Boehm" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sven Heinicke <email@example.com>
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