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Telnet and SSH configuration on ubuntu and windows. this presentation show how we can configure telnet and ssh on windows and linux and what additional software we will have to required.

Telnet and SSH configuration on ubuntu and windows. this presentation show how we can configure telnet and ssh on windows and linux and what additional software we will have to required.

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  • 1. Presentation on Telnet & SSH Guided By Ms. Preeti Jha Ms. Deepika Jain Presented By Vinod Gour
  • 2. Contents:- What is TELNET & SSH ? Why use TELNET & SSH ? Initial recruitment for configuration. Difference B/W TELNET & SSH. Configuration •For Ubuntu •For Window Troubleshooting.  References
  • 3. TELNET:- TELNET is an abbreviation for Terminal Network. It is the standard TCP/IP protocol for virtual terminal service, it proposed by ISO. TELNET enables the establishment of a connection to a remote system in such a way so that the remote system appears to an local system . Telnet was developed in 1969 beginning with RFC 15 Telnet is stateful protocols like FTP. In stateful protocol the client connects to the server, conducts a series of operations via that connection, and then disconnects, But in A stateless protocol server that treats each request as an independent transaction that is unrelated to any previous request.
  • 4. Telnet is general-purpose client-server application program TELNET (TErminal NETwork) is a general purpose client-server program that lets user access any application on a remote computer. It establishes a connection to a remote system, such that the local terminal appears to be a terminal at the remote system. We can do two type of log in through “TELNET Protocol” . 1. Local Log-in. 2. Remote Log-in.
  • 5. Telnet use NVT Character Set NVT stands for network virtual terminal . A network virtual terminal is responsible for basic terminal and provides a standard . It defines how data and commands are send across the network. It allows interoperability between telnet and a variety of heterogeneous components.
  • 6. SSH Another popular remote login application program is Secure Shell (SSH). SSH, like TELNET, uses TCP as the underlying transport protocol. Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for secure data communication because SSH is more secure and provides more services than TELNET.  It was designed as a replacement for Telnet and other insecure remote shell protocols such as the Berkeley rsh and rexec protocols OpenSSH is the implementation of the SSH protocol. Basically in a short way of saying it, ssh is the proprietary software and openssh is the free open source version of ssh.
  • 7. Why use Telnet & SSH • TELNET & SSH is most often used to establish connections from a certain computer to a remote machine over a network, to execute commands and transfer file between them. • Some time we are in the out side of the home or office and we have to perform some operation on the our computer which are placed on the home or office in this situation we can use the services of TELNET & SSH
  • 8. Difference b/w Telnet & SSH Telnet • RFC 15 (1969) • port 23 • Transmit in plain text • Pure Text Interface SSH • RFC 4250(1995) • port 22 • Public key encryption • GUI possible and other features
  • 9. Configuration(Ubuntu) Initial requirement for Configuration • Our System should be updated. • Synaptic Package Manager. • Internet Connection. • telnet , telnetd , openssh-client , openssh-server packages . • Putty software & Mobassh-server. • IP address , Username & password of remote machine.
  • 10. Telnet Server Installation First we run the update command on terminal. Command- Sudo apt-get update • Then Install telnet server to make our machine a remote server for remote login. Command- sudo apt-get install telnetd telnetd -- DARPA TELNET protocol server
  • 11. • sudo - execute a command as another user • The apt-get command is a powerful command-line tool used to work with Ubuntu's Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) performing such functions as installation of new software packages, upgrade of existing software packages, updating of the package list index, and even upgrading the entire Ubuntu system.
  • 12. Telnet Client Installation • Install telnet client to make our machine a client for accessing remote server. Command - sudo apt-get install telnet
  • 13. Connection to remote machine Syntax:- telnet IPAddress Port No PortNo - It is optional but well known port no. is 23 for telnet. Ipaddress - remote machine Ipaddress We will use logout command to close the connection.
  • 14. • Then server ask for username and password After enter the username and password we can login to remote host.
  • 15. Operation perform on server’s file We can see that welcome file exist on desktop.
  • 16. • And now we can see that after execute rm command welcome file not exist on server side
  • 17. Server installation :- Command:- sudo apt-get install openssh-server SSH(ubuntu)
  • 18. Client Installation :- Command :- sudo apt-get install openssh-client
  • 19. Connection Establishment Command:- ssh username@ipaddress • This command run on the client side and username and ipaddress of remote machine
  • 20. GUI connection by SSH • Go to the places on the menu bar and click on the “connect to the server” then appear a dialog box. In this dialog box we select the service type ssh and enter the server address , port no. and username of the remote machine and click on the connect button .
  • 21. After the click on the connect button new dialog box appear for ask the password like –
  • 22. • After enter the password appear the new window for access server’s file like-
  • 23. Configuration(Windows) Telnet configuration:- • follow the following path. • Path :- Control PanelAll Control Panel Items Programs and Features. • Click on the turn windows features on or off and mark the telnet client & telnet server checkbox in new appears dialog box.
  • 24. Connection Establishment • Open the command prompt. • Execute the following command- telnet remotemachine ipaddress portno
  • 25. SSH configuration • First download & install the Mobassh Server on the remote machine(Server side). • Second download & install the putty software on the client machine. • Run the Mobassh server.
  • 26. • Then client side run the putty software . • Enter the ipaddress of remote machine and choose the connection type. • After that click on the open button.
  • 27. After click on the open button new window appear and ask for username and password like-
  • 28. After the enter the user name and password server welcome page appear and we can access any file of the remote computer.
  • 29. Troubleshooting 1. When we install the package first time after installation the ubuntu then some kind of problem occur like- Unable to locate package package -name • Solution – execute the sudo apt-get update command 2. If Internet Connection is lost during running process of update command in ubuntu 11.04 and after we want again execute the update command then some kind of error occur like-
  • 30. Solution- remove the lock file by rm command Command – sudo rm var/lib/apt/lists/lock
  • 31. • Some time error occur during connection establishment to remote machine through SSH like-
  • 32. • Solution- Delete the known _host file by rm command • Command- rm –f /home/username/.ssh/known_host
  • 33. References • http://www.slideshare.net/xtephan/network-telnet-ssh-5740946 • http://www.putty.org/ • http://mobassh.mobatek.net/ • http://www.zimmertech.com/tutorials/web- design/38/webdesignbasics_ssh-telnet-basics.php • http://medusa.sdsu.edu/network/CS576/Lectures/ch19_TELNET.pdf • http://www.wikipedia.com/
  • 34. Any Query ?