Extra Characters When Connecting to the Serial Port on a Digi TransPort Using Telnet

This issue may arise when using Telnet when opening socket connections to a Digi TransPorts serial port.  This can occur when using the built-in Microsoft Windows Telnet client, or third-party terminal emulation software such as PuTTY.

This type of connection is most common when a TransPort is being used for out-of-band access.  An example of this would be accessing a Cisco's console port via the TransPort. 

3)  Now when the connection to the serial port is made, the characters should no longer echo as they previously would have.
Last updated: Feb 27, 2019

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