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telnet and Windows Communications
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1. I have written a Windows program to communicate with the Power PMAC via Telnet. I can connect and I get the response "OK" after connecting, but there is no prompt to enter username or password. Do I have to do any "do, don't, will, won't" telnet handshaking? Or am I missing something else?

2. I used to use the PMAC.DLL to access the PMACGetResponseA function for my HMI. What is the equivalent and in which DLL for PowerPMAC?

3. Where is the communication library I see reference to on the forum?
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Amir,

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1. I have written a Windows program to communicate with the Power PMAC via Telnet. I can connect and I get the response "OK" after connecting, but there is no prompt to enter username or password. Do I have to do any "do, don't, will, won't" telnet handshaking? Or am I missing something else?
Depending on the Telnet client class you're using username and password can be sent to establish the Telnet communication in different methods. If I have more information on how you're establishing the Telnet, I might be able to help better. However, I would recommend using the Power PMAC Com Library for communicating with the Power PMAC. Please see the answer to the next question

2. I used to use the PMAC.DLL to access the PMACGetResponseA function for my HMI. What is the equivalent and in which DLL for PowerPMAC?
The equivalent to PMAC.DLL or PCommServer.DLL for Power PMAC is called Power PMAC Com. Library. This library allows use of functions like get response similar to PCommServer.

3. Where is the communication library I see reference to on the forum?
Unlike the Power PMAC IDE which is available for download and without any licensing, the Power PMAC Com. Library is a software package which is available for purchase thought our distributor channels.
Sina Sattari
Hardware Engineering Manager
Delta Tau Data Systems, Inc.
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