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README.md

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kTelnet

A Java library which implements an embeddable Telnet server. The server is fully multithreaded and supports numerous Telnet RFC's.

License

kTelnet is licensed under the BSD terms

Maven Coordinates

<groupId>com.khubla.ktelnet</groupId>
<artifactId>ktelnet</artifactId>
<packaging>jar</packaging>
<version>1.1</version>

Using kTelnet

A simple example using the default Telnet implementation:

   private final static int THREADS = 20;
   private final static int PORT = 2121;

   public static void main(String[] args) {
      try {
         /*
          * telnet
          */
         final TelnetServer telnetServer = new TelnetServer(PORT, THREADS, new BasicShellFactoryImpl());
         telnetServer.start();
         /*
          * wait
          */
         Thread.sleep(1000);
         System.out.println("Press any key to exit");
         System.in.read();
         /*
          * shutdown
          */
         telnetServer.shutdown();
      } catch (final Exception e) {
         e.printStackTrace();
         System.exit(0);
      }

Implemented RFC's

  • RFC 856 - Binary
  • RFC 857 - Echo
  • RFC 1091 - Termtype
  • RFC 1073 - Winsize
  • RFC 1079 - Termspeed

Login

Login is implemented by passing an implementation of AuthenticationHandler to the shell constructor. A simple properties file based implementation PropertiesFileAuthenticationHandlerImpl is provided.

Custom shells

Custom shells can be implemented by extending the classes ShellFactory, BasicTelnetCommandRegistryImpl and AbstractCommand. A very simple shell which implements the "quit" command is provided: BasicShellImpl

Logging

kTelnet supports logging at the byte level via NVTSpy. A console implementation ConsoleNVTSpyImpl and a log file implementation LoggingNVTSpyImpl are provided.

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