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SSH and Telnet opensource api's

 
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Hey All ,
I am looking out for Opensouce SSH and Telnet Api's to implement SSH and Telnet client for our project . Any help will be appreciated .

Thanks and Regards
Prasanna
 
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If you had used Google with search words "java" and "ssh", you would have found JSch and this site both on the first site for SSH.

Now searching on Telnet gives more unusable results, but fortunately that's where Apache Commons Net can help us out.
 
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Hi Rob ...
Thanks for your reply , I do managed to find out apache thing for Telnet ..but i am not able to find open source libraries ( free to use in my commerical application ) ..thanks for the link ...

Prasanna
 
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Apache Commons are licensed under the Apache license (no surprise there), which is an open source license. You can use it in commercial applications without charge, as long as the other provisions of the license are respected (like attribution of the code).

As an aside, if you have a choice of SSH and Telnet, use SSH. That's where everybody is moving to, mostly for security reasons.
 
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Hi Ulf ,
Thanks for your suggestion .. Ya we are trying to build application which supports both telnet and SSH ...
 
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