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From Frank Endriss <Frank.Endr...@bancos.com>
Subject Re: Telnet Task - Special Characters
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2001 13:57:52 GMT
Stefan Bodewig wrote:
> 
> Frank Endriss <Frank.Endriss@bancos.com> wrote:
> 
> > This means that in some way the ctrl-C is sent to the remote
> > machine,
> 
> Uhm, sure. Now we only need to know how it is sent. 8-)
> 
> My guess - though I haven't read up on it - is that it is not sent as
> a normal character of any kind but as out-of-band data. I don't think
> the telnet tasks would support this.

I checked this on a Linux box, 2.2.16 i686

For a ctrl-C one byte is sent, value=0x3. This means it is not
out-of-band.

The response from telnetd is two bytes: 0x3e 0x20


May be this helps if somebody wants to implement it.


mfg Frank

> 
> Stefan

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