This task allows you to telnet to a server and issue commands. If the server is up an exit code is 0. If server is down or unreachable, exit code is 1. No other exit codes are thrown for login failures etc.
Enter the host name or IP address.
Enter the desired port. Default Telnet port is 23.
Enter the delay time between sending your commands. 1 second is minimum. 5 seconds is good enough, unless you are on a slow network. You can increase it to ~15 seconds, but make sure you do not exceed the hosts telnet timeout value.
You can also set a custom command time for each step using the following case sensitive format:
A delay = 45 seconds is used and the command is 'pwd'.
Enter your telnet commands, 1 per line. First line should be your username, Second line should be your password and the last line should be exit. This field also supports dynamic variables. Using dynamic variables, you can enter a command, which will be dynamically resolved at runtime. example: cd /users/$%USERNAME%$
Example of Commands to enter