I have a Digi connect me 9210 Linux development kit and I have written a basic telnet server application that takes commands from a telnet client to operate a peice of equipment. It all works fine on the port I have specified (26), but my customer would like to connect to it via the standard telnet port (23).
That port (23) is currently used by the OS for a shell connection. And I can't really disable the built in telnet daemon because I need it to change the devices IP address (Because I cannot seem to make ADDP work but that's another issue).
I have edited the /etc/services file and changed the telnet port there, but it seems to have no affect on the telnet daemon, it still sits on port 23. I also don't see an inet or xinet configuration file so I think Digi is doing something different, but I can't figure out what.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.