A server that runs a Telnet service, enabling remote users to log on and run programs. See also Telnet.
A Telnet server is a TCP/IP server that runs Telnet server software.
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Software that allows a remote user of a Telnet client to connect as a remote terminal from anywhere on the Internet and control a computer in which the server software is running. Examples.
A computer program running on a network which allows outside users ("Telnet clients") to access the computer and log-on to the system. Many campus libraries are removing their Telnet servers and installing web servers for allowing students to access the library's electronic catalogs over the Internet.