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Telnet and SSH

Example of setting up alternate ports for Telnet and SSH.

Option 1.

You would like to move GSW Telnet to an alternate port for everyone who connects.

1. Test the port you want to use to make sure it is not already in use. Open an elevated Windows command prompt and enter the following specifying the desired port. For my example we will use Port 2301. netstat -a | findstr :2301 If the command returns nothing it usually means the port is available.

2. Add the port to the %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\services file. . Right click on notepad.exe and select Run as Administrator. . Using the File Menu select Open and paste %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc

Menu select Open and paste %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc . At the bottom using the drop down select All.

. At the bottom using the drop down select All.

. At the bottom using the drop down select All. 3. Make sure the C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\services

3. Make sure the C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\services file does not have a file extension.

Enable viewing file extensions.

4. Configure services file with the desired GSW telnet ports. #telnet 23/tcp gstnet1 2301/tcp gstnet2

4. Configure services file with the desired GSW telnet ports.

#telnet

23/tcp

gstnet1

2301/tcp

gstnet2

2302/tcp

gstnet3

2303/tcp

gstnet4

2304/tcp

5. Stop and restart the gs_tnet service. Open an elevated Windows command prompt and enter.

net stop gs_tnet net start gs_tnet

command prompt and enter. net stop gs_tnet net start gs_tnet 6. Right click @gs_clnt.exe -h127.0.0.1 –

6. Right click

@gs_clnt.exe -h127.0.0.1 uUser-Name pPass_Word d. -P2301 Where the d. is , replace the dot with the domain name if the user is a domain user.

choose edit.

Save the changes and launch the GS Telnet Client shortcut to make a connection on port 2301.

7. From a Windows command prompt you can view the listening ports with this command. netstat -aon |findstr :230*

Example:

C:\Windows\system32>netstat -aon |findstr :230*

TCP

0.0.0.0:2301

0.0.0.0:0

LISTENING

10700

TCP

0.0.0.0:2302

0.0.0.0:0

LISTENING

10700

TCP

0.0.0.0:2303

0.0.0.0:0

LISTENING

10700

TCP

0.0.0.0:2304

0.0.0.0:0

LISTENING

10700

TCP

127.0.0.1:2301

127.0.0.1:52998

ESTABLISHED

10700

TCP

127.0.0.1:2302

127.0.0.1:53008 ESTABLISHED 10700

TCP

127.0.0.1:2303

127.0.0.1:53043 ESTABLISHED 10700

TCP

127.0.0.1:2304

127.0.0.1:53055 ESTABLISHED 10700

8. Configure all devices to connect using the new port.

8. Configure all devices to connect using the new port. How to change the port that

How to change the port that SSH connections use.

1. Open the Windows Registry to:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Georgia SoftWorks\GSW_SSHD\Parameters Right click on usGSWSSHDPort and select Modify. Change the value in decimal.

For 32-bit Windows HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Georgia SoftWorks\GSW_SSHD\Parameters\usGSWSSHDPort

2. Following the same process as in the Telnet section 4 change the port value

2. Following the same process as in the Telnet section 4 change the port value for SSH.

ssh

2222/tcp

#SSH Remote Login Protocol

3. Stop and restart the gsw_sshd services. net stop gsw_sshd net start gsw_sshd

4. Configure SSH clients with the new port. GSW Desktop client :

@gs_clnt.exe -h192.168.1.56 -uRfuser -pgsw$1955

-d. -P2223

Windows Mobile / CE clients.

Windows Mobile / CE clients. Option 2: Note Option 2 is not supported for the SSH
Windows Mobile / CE clients. Option 2: Note Option 2 is not supported for the SSH

Option 2:

Note Option 2 is not supported for the SSH protocol.

You would like for the User account that is connecting to run a profile based on the port they are connecting with.

Example logon script C_Start.bat set gwtn_term=1 set gwtn_graphics=1 set gwtn_color=1 set gwtn_server_port set gwtn_reconnect=auto_by_user_and_ip set gwtn_reconnect_timeout=45

@if %gwtn_server_port%==23 01 goto label 223 @if %gwtn_server_port%==2302 goto label2323

@:label23

@cd @cd @cd "C:\Program Files\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui\sapconsole"

@sapcnsl -pRFU02 @goto label23

@:label2323

@cd @cd @cd "C:\Program Files\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui\sapconsole" @sapcnsl -p RFU01 @goto label2323

@labelend

Sapcnsl