Bridging console port to a telnet session
mwm-keyword-freebsdhackers2.e313df at mired.org
Wed Jan 17 02:47:48 UTC 2007
In <ecd0bee40701161732v26112f24o2d8323c2777d2f7 at mail.gmail.com>, Kailas Ramasamy <kailasr at gmail.com> typed:
> Hi Mike,
> Yes, that what I am planing but I want to do this dynamically. Do you know
> how to launch a
> telnet session from a process?. How do I pass stdin and stdout to the telnet
> from a process?.
See the fork() and exec() man pages.
> On 1/16/07, Mike Meyer <mwm at mired.org> wrote:
> > In <ecd0bee40701161503k385819ddgba5562e137630617 at mail.gmail.com>, Kailas
> > Ramasamy <kailasr at gmail.com> typed:
> > > Hi,
> > > Within a FreeBSD system, I want to telnet to another system and bridge
> > that
> > > session to the
> > > console port so that when an user connects to the system via console
> > port,
> > > it is automatically
> > > redirected to other system for I have already established a telnet
> > session.
> > What's wrong with simply leaving a telnet session running on the
> > console, maybe with some support to relaunch it should it ever exit?
> > <mike
> > --
> > Mike Meyer <mwm at mired.org>
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