c:\> telnet 192.168.0.90If the FOX Board is visible in your network we will be asked for a username with the following message.
axis login: roottype root and press ENTER.
At the password request:
Password: passtype the default password pass and press ENTER.
TELNET access to the FOX board
When gained the access you can enter commands directed to the Fox Board. For example the command:
[root@axis /root]99# topwill show all the programs and processes are in execution on the Fox Board (to exit from the top utility press the Q key).
Screen shot of TOP command
Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Communications -> Hyper TerminalFrom the menu of the properties you can access the connection properties and select the mode Winsock specifying the IP address of the FOX Board on 192.168.0.90 and the port number on 23 like shown in the following figure:
HyperTerminal configuration to access the FOX Board
Then press the key OK and start the connection pressing the telephon icon with the closed handset.
Example of a TELNET session with PuTTY
To be able to use PuTTY it is necessary to uncheck the "Return Key sends Telnet New Line instead of ^M" option in the PuTTY config panel as show below:
PutTTY Telnet config panel
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