|HL7Connect Telnet Server|
HL7Connect includes a built in Telnet server. The default port for this Telnet server is 23456, but this may be reassigned through the HL7Connect Global Settings.
The simple commands accepted by the Telnet session are geared to assist with troubleshooting if a total failure of HL7Connects internal infrastructure occurs.
To see a list of Telnet commands, type "help" (and enter).
Authenticated Telnet sessions will automatically receive the debug message feed, including records that go in HL7CDebug.log, and some additional information that is not logged.
The Telnet server is the first kernel service to start, and the last service to stop.
Messaging will be delayed while commands are entered into the Telnet session but will catch up, after the command is typed.
It is possible to log into the Telnet server while there is no database support, however, if this is done, no user accounts can be checked and anonymous access is allowed.
Any Telnet sessions established prior to the existence of database support will be terminated, once database support is initialised.