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Java 1.3 Socket Input Stream

Aj Jaro

Joined: Oct 24, 2010
Posts: 27
I understand that this version of Java is no longer supported and is completely out of date, however I was hoping to find some answers because an upgrade is just not possible.

The purpose of this program is to change passwords on a list of devices with given usernames and password. After successfully connecting to multiple devices for years, I needed to add a new device to connect to. This new device has a telnet pass-through login, where you give the server your username and it passes you to the appropriate device where you logon.

I am able to use the output stream with no problem. The input stream, however, only returns 'ÿý%' after opening the socket and nothing else no matter what I put in the output stream. It should return a few more things, at least:

Connected to
Escape character is '^]'.
Local flow control off

Do you have any ideas?

I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Java 1.3 Socket Input Stream
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