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Wednesday, June 16, 2004
       
telnetd

telnetd is an Open Source effort to implement a Java telnet daemon that is compact and generic and thus easily embeddable into other applications.

Main Features are:

* Telnet protocol implementation (following specifications, support for NVT, ECHO, TTYPE, NAWS, LINEMODE)
* Terminal I/O with support for various terminal types
* Simple UI toolkit as OO layer on top of the basic terminal I/O (work progress)
* Connection management (host based access, detection of dead, broken and idle connections)

Main focus is a design that is flexible and powerful, yet at the same time stable and with a small runtime footprint. Thread required are two system threads per listener, as well as one per connection.
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