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RE: Sniff telnet connections
From: "Lars Troen" <Lars.Troen () sit no>
Date: Thu, 4 May 2006 21:33:01 +0200


Generally, with a sniffer :)... and filter out port 21. You 

Which is ftp. Port 23 is telnet.
I agree, if you provide some more info we might be able to help you
more. You're sniffing on a shared network? Hub? Switch? Locally on a
host? Linux? Windows? As400? Tcpip? X.25? SNA? ;-)

Lars

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