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May 25, 2017, 06:12:59 PM
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tomek13w

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Is it possible to send telnet commands over ip network?

May 26, 2017, 09:09:49 AM
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Guido Visser

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Hello Tomek13w,

Unfortunately our units do not support telnet. May I ask what you would like to do with telnet? Because the unit may support something which allows you to control it in another way.

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Guido
Guido Visser
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May 26, 2017, 11:36:54 AM
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tomek13w

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I have to send command like this:
telnet 2.0.0.200:10001 "RTE 1"
or over TCPIP port "RTE 1"[0d]
"RTE 1" is simple text command
[0d] hex string

May 26, 2017, 04:17:05 PM
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Guido Visser

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Hello Tomek13w,

Could you explain to me why you need to use telnet? Is it possible to use UDP or OSC?

The B-Station can send raw UDP messages. Which allows you to send "RTE 1[0d]". Using the task UDP -> Send Bytes -> Set.
Param 1 would be the command to send in this case "52544520310d".
Param 2 would be the IP address in this case "2.0.0.200:10001".
This will send a raw UDP message and not a telnet message.

Best regards,
Guido
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June 07, 2017, 01:39:26 PM
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tomek13w

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unfortunately not working like that

June 09, 2017, 09:35:04 AM
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Guido Visser

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Hello Tomek13w,

If your system only excepts telnet messages, the B-Station will not be able to communicate with it. This is because the B-Station does not support telnet.

May be you can find another solution which does not involve telnet.

Best regards,
Guido
Guido Visser
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