'telnet ? that is very much indeed useful if someone wants to run a pure old school desktop while managing !'
He he... Of course it should be said that that old gear using Telnet shouldn't be connected to the wider internet. It's kind of funny when a kid in Sydney discovers he can turn off a city block in Melbourne.... Its frightening what I've learnt as a security guy working in control and data acquisition gear (SCADA) for various utility companies.... In a very Not Funny way... Doug On Tue, 24 Mar. 2020, 8:08 pm Stefan Skoglund via cctalk, < email@example.com> wrote: > lör 2020-03-21 klockan 14:44 +0000 skrev Maciej W. Rozycki via cctalk: > > On Sat, 21 Mar 2020, Jan-Benedict Glaw wrote: > > > > > > Not a question for me, but for the record I have used a WTI > > > > remote site > > > > manager, essentially a combined power distribution and terminal > > > > server > > > > unit, for 5 years now. > > > > > > That's this product line, itn's it? > > > > > > > https://www.wti.com/c-93-cpm-800-2-series-console-server-power-control-combos.aspx > > > > It is, however 5 years ago the choice was different and much smaller > > (in > > this category). They have since switched from Freescale Power to ARM > > as > > the hardware platform, and presumably still use Linux with a custom > > app to > > drive it. > > > > Control CLI access is over SSHv2 over IPv4/IPv6; likewise serial > > port > > access (both ways). Per-port and per-plug user accounts can be > > created. > > There's also control HTTPS and I believe telnet access available, but > > who > > needs that? Of course both can be disabled. > > telnet ? that is very much indeed useful if someone wants to run a pure > old school desktop while managing ! > >