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how to use telnet to connect to local machine?  RSS feed

 
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Hi,all,
I want to use telnet to connect to my local machine so that I can run my server program locally.I am using DSL to access internet.I tried the host name "localhost" and port "8189",also tried host name "127.0.0.1" and port "8189".But the connection could not be made. Anybody know how?
Tks in advance!
Frances
 
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Hi,all,
I figured it out.
Thank you anyway for reading my post.

Frances
 
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