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Post by FrameRelay on Thu Feb 14, 2013 8:25 pm
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I tried to telnet this site but couldn't connect.

:D is it one of the earlier hops in the trace route?

Nobody panic. I'm a network engineer. CCNA, just graduated. Blimey you sure have a strict registration security policy for the account creation.

Don't worry, I wouldn't actually hack a router and break it or anything....
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by WallShadow on Thu Feb 14, 2013 8:29 pm
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FrameRelay wrote:I tried to telnet this site but couldn't connect.

:D is it one of the earlier hops in the trace route?

Nobody panic. I'm a network engineer. CCNA, just graduated. Blimey you sure have a strict registration security policy for the account creation.

Don't worry, I wouldn't actually hack a router and break it or anything....



I don't see an actual question...


edit: why the hell would you want to be telnetting into the hts site? look at it's open ports, do you see 23 on that list?

edit: edit: you say that you got a CCNA, but don't know how about ports, what the router hops do, and how telnet works? Please tell me that you screwed up somewhere.
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by mShred on Thu Feb 14, 2013 8:39 pm
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Network engineer huh? And yet you're trying to telnet onto HTS?... I see.
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by fuchsteufel on Fri Feb 15, 2013 2:00 pm
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I can't see why a CCNA certificate makes you a network engineer, we had some CCNA lessons in school and everybody in my class had the certificate after. Nothing to be proud of and nothing that makes a good knowledge of networking
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by KthFrog on Fri Feb 15, 2013 7:59 pm
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lol not to be harsh or anything.
but network engineer my ass
telnet has essentially been replaced by SSH.
you should know that,and thats just for starters.
and theyre right, you should also understand common/default ports for each protocol.
you can telnet/ssh to an http server (ive done it before) but i dont see why youd want to.
All you can do is get/post/put etc
http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2616
nothing, as far as i know, that you cant do from a web browser.
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by FunctionCreep on Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:36 pm
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Hide yo kids, hide yo wives 'cause they're telnet-ing everyone out here!
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by WallShadow on Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:26 am
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For everyone who is not familiar with the Cisco training, Cisco prefers their course material to be as old as possible to keep it compatible with everyone and thus keep everyone happy. They don't teach about SSH because that has yet to become the de-facto standard, at least in their eyes. As such, Cisco loves telnet.

fuchsteufel wrote:I can't see why a CCNA certificate makes you a network engineer, we had some CCNA lessons in school and everybody in my class had the certificate after. Nothing to be proud of and nothing that makes a good knowledge of networking


A CCNA takes 4 years of Cisco courses. I'm not sure, but I have doubts about the fact that everyone got a certificate.
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by pretentious on Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:36 pm
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WallShadow wrote:For everyone who is not familiar with the Cisco training, Cisco prefers their course material to be as old as possible to keep it compatible with everyone and thus keep everyone happy. They don't teach about SSH because that has yet to become the de-facto standard, at least in their eyes. As such, Cisco loves telnet.
lol true. In my classes, it was mentioned but in a "It's a thing, just so you know. Now moving on" kinda way
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fuchsteufel wrote:I can't see why a CCNA certificate makes you a network engineer, we had some CCNA lessons in school and everybody in my class had the certificate after. Nothing to be proud of and nothing that makes a good knowledge of networking


A CCNA takes 4 years of Cisco courses. I'm not sure, but I have doubts about the fact that everyone got a certificate.

I did CCNA cert 1, 2, 3 and 4 in a year and i'm pretty sure after that if I chose to pursue it further I was going onto CCNP or something. Might be wrong
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.

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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by mShred on Sat Feb 23, 2013 5:43 pm
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FunctionCreep wrote:Hide yo kids, hide yo wives 'cause they're telnet-ing everyone out here!

Dang, been a while since I've seen your name.
I subconsciously keep older HTS names in the back of my head somewhere.. So when I see them again, that part of my brain says 'Hey! Its's the one dude!".
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Re: 198.148.81.139

Post by KthProg on Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:04 pm
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I'm only halfway through CCNA 1. Yeah its four courses over 2 years, which is insane tbh.
Im pretty sure I could learn the rest of the important things in one more semester but what do i know.
But whenever I see something that isnt explained fully or that is just linked to I look it up.
I had to look up SSH because telnet wasnt working and everyone said the same thing, that telnet is deprecated.
Also, the RFCs for SSH state officially that it is a replacement for telnet, so it is a de facto standard.
You're definitely right that the course material is outdated, and yeah it does seem to lean towards basically only teaching whats universally accepted as standard.
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