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Ilya Zhavoronkov
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Hello!
I have tomcat 8.5.15 installed on windows 10.
With default windows telnet I can simply connect to localhost via telnet.
But putty crashes on trying to do the same thing.
Any suggestions?
 
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When you say crashes, do you mean PuTTy closes immeadiately after making a connection?
 
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...and welcome to the Ranch 
 
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Ron McLeod wrote:When you say crashes, do you mean PuTTy closes immeadiately after making a connection?


correct
 
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And when you say "telnet", do you mean actual telnet or do you mean ssh?

Because they are 2 very different protocols. The telnet protocol is plain text, ssh is encrypted. I've never done telnet with PuTTY, only ssh.
 
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Maybe the server you connecting is by-chance sending some character sequences which PuTTy sees as a TELNET protocol error and closes the session.

Try using a connection type of Raw instead of Telnet and see if it stays connected.
 
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Ron McLeod wrote:Maybe the server you connecting is by-chance sending some character sequences which PuTTy sees as a TELNET protocol error and closes the session.

Try using a connection type of Raw instead of Telnet and see if it stays connected.


RAW helped, thanks!
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:And when you say "telnet", do you mean actual telnet or do you mean ssh?

Because they are 2 very different protocols. The telnet protocol is plain text, ssh is encrypted. I've never done telnet with PuTTY, only ssh.


both shh and telnet doesn't work for unknown reason
 
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