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Thread: How to start builtin Telnet daemon

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    Talking How to start builtin Telnet daemon

    Open System Command:

    /usr/sbin/utelnetd -d
    and click Refresh button.
    You should now be able to Telnet to the router without any user/password so PLEASE check firewall rules and make sure Telnet access is blocked from WAN.
    Anybody in LAN will be able to Telnet as root so beware.

    To stop telnet daemon type ps to check PID ID and then kill it with
    kill -9 xxxx
    where xxxx is PID of utelnetd as seen with ps command

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    I just had my CFE backup thanks to this excellent tip!

    Thanks, works great for those not running Oleg (yet).

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