remote canection in xp sp-2

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i work in a college there is 20 pc's.all are connected by swich .my qustion is how can i connect remotely and by telnet whith outher system?when i connect them remotly then system shows password protection.i want to know how con i protect this type off network with swhich?and also how can i cannect thru the system by telnet clint system?

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xp sp-2 ,dlink swich,hcl pc's whit good configration

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  • TomLiotta
    how can i connect remotely and by telnet whith outher system?   Start the telnet service on the other PC, and then use the telnet command along with the IP address of the other PC. The first requirement is that the other PC has the telnet service available. It's not available at all on Windows XP Home, but is on Win XP Pro. The second requirement is that the route must not block the telnet port nor the telnet protocol.   how con i protect this type off network with swhich?   What type of network?   So far, all you mentioned was a switch with 30 PCs connected to it. The switch isn't for protection. It's for switching signals between all of the devices connected to the switch.   If all you have is a switch with PCs attached to it, there is no protection needed. (And you wouldn't protect with the switch.)   Tom
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  • jinteik
    maybe you can try remote desktop too..
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