I can use telnet to connect to a telnet server simply by typing: 'telnet localhost', whereas localhost can be replaced with any desired IP-Address.

But now I want to do something different and I have this question: Is there any way to open a telnet server (simply a TCP server) in Ubuntu, which simply shows the connected clients and prints out to console every received bytes as ASCII?

  • Could you elaborate on what you mean by "the collected clients" please? An example of the output you want, for example. – Mark Smith Dec 1 '15 at 13:27

Are you capable/willing to code? This task is one of the examples explained in the Camel Book, "Programming Perl", published by O'Reilly.

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