Telnet & rlogin
Anthony J. Gabrielson
agabriel at coe.neu.edu
Mon Feb 14 10:38:32 EST 2000
rlogin if set up properly or improperly as some may argue does not
require a passwd. It will authenticate you by your host and who you are
logged into that host as. Telnet will always prompt you for a login and a
For my private home based network - I like the r commands.
Hope thats a help,
On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, Udaya Krishna wrote:
> Can anyone explain me the difference in detail between telnet
> and rlogin. I am quite confused with both these terms.
> From what I know, rlogin can be used only on unix and telnet can
> be used on any system. But, how these two programs differ from
> each other ?
> Udaya Krishna
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