This section describes how to get Telnet Client and Telnet Server running on a circuit and how to create and delete Telnet on a router. It assumes you have read Configuring Routers.
Creating Telnet on the Router
Before you can create Telnet on the router, you must first configure TCP IP on a circuit. For instructions on how to configure IP, see "Configuring IP on a Circuit." For instructions on how to configure TCP, see "Starting TCP."
You can create a Telnet Client or Telnet Server using Site Manager. Site Manager Path: From the Configuration Manager window, select Protocols > Global Protocols >Telnet Client | Telnet Server > Create Telnet Client | Telnet Server. For Telnet Server, the Telnet Configuration window opens, allowing you to edit Telnet Server global parameters.
Deleting Telnet from the Router
You can use Site Manager to delete Telnet Client or Telnet Server from
the router. Site Manager Path: From the Configuration Manager window, select
Protocols > Global Protocols > Telnet Client | Telnet Server > Delete Telnet
Client | Telnet Server. Site Manager asks: Do you really want to delete
Telnet Client | Server? Click on OK to delete Telnet from the router.
You can customize the way that Telnet Client and Telnet Server run on your router by modifying the default Telnet parameter values. For more information, see Chapter 5.
You will receive a password for the new "email.drew.edu" mail server in your All-in-One mail. Once you are ready to use Netscape Messenger for email, it may be convenient to change your email.drew.edu password.
At any later time that you need to change your email password, follow
these same instructions.
Click on the Start button and choose Run.
Type telnet email.drew.edu in the Open: field.
A new window will open. Type in your username and email.drew.edu password.
You will be brought to a menu of four options. To choose any of the options type the number of the option you want and press the Enter key.
To change your password, choose option 1.
You will be told that when the system prompts you to enter your password
you should enter the original email.drew.edu password that you used to
log in initially.
The system will ask you if you really want to change you password. Type Y to continue changing your password.
Next you will be prompted for your original email.drew.edu password.
Type it in and press Enter.
Now you will be prompted to enter a new password - type in a new password and then re-type the same new password to confirm that it was typed correctly. This new password must have at least one number or special character in the first six characters.
To set an autoforwarding address choose option 2.
You will be asked to enter a forwarding address, enter it in the format of Username@RemoteEmail.Server where the RemoteEmail.Server portion is what email system you use.
You have now set your autoforwarding
To display how much Disk Quota you have used and what your upper limit is, choose option 3.
To Exit your connection to email.drew.edu choose option 4. Then
click OK, to close the window click on the X in the upper right hand corner.