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renojim
Level 10

Re: Port 8060

I tried telnet under Debian and I basically get the same thing for all three devices:
root@debian:~# telnet 192.168.0.108 8060
Trying 192.168.0.108...
Connected to 192.168.0.108.
Escape character is '^]'.
Connection closed by foreign host.

And yes, ECP still works.

-JT
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EnTerr
Level 9

Re: Port 8060

Oh. It's just timing out.
It connects first but then kicks you out within five seconds or so. "Type faster" :mrgreen:
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Roku Employee
Roku Employee

Re: Port 8060

"EnTerr" wrote:
Oh. It's just timing out.
It connects first but then kicks you out within five seconds or so. "Type faster" :mrgreen:


EnTerr is right, as usual. Smiley Happy

The ECP server is not intended to support interactive telnet connections.
But if you can send a valid HTTP request quickly, as in EnTerr's example, it should work.
Your telnet client would have to be in passive mode (not sending control sequences, for example), for that to work.

Using curl / wget / etc. would probably be easier, depending on what you are trying to do.
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renojim
Level 10

Re: Port 8060

"EnTerr" wrote:
Oh. It's just timing out.
It connects first but then kicks you out within five seconds or so. "Type faster" :mrgreen:

Ah, you're right! I'm not sure I'll ever use this, but I guess it's nice to know it's there.

-JT
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EnTerr
Level 9

Re: Port 8060

"renojim" wrote:
I'm not sure I'll ever use this, but I guess it's nice to know it's there.

I've been known to do such hooliganisms when troubleshooting web connections (browsers are so complicated these days, a tab may get wedged with not much help from "inspect"). Not to sell myself long though: i can barelly utter HTTP/1.0 - not 1.1 Smiley Tongue
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