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TELNET is a subsystem to allow users to communicate with
other systems via a network. The simplest way to run TELNET is
to enter the host name in response to TELNET's prompt. For
example, typing "SU-SCORE.ARPA" will connect you to Score,
Stanford University Computer Science Department's DECSYSTEM-20,
assuming your system can reach Score via some network.
While talking to the foreign host, you may type commands to
TELNET by typing the ^^ character (CTRL/^, 036 octal) followed by
a single character command character. The most useful command
C Close the connection and return to command level
^^ Send a CTRL/^ character to the foreign host.
? List the CTRL/^ command options
This is just the tip of the iceberg. For more information
read the file [SU-SCORE]DOC:TELNET.DOC. Bugs should be reported
to Mark Crispin at Internet address MRC@SU-SCORE.ARPA.