1. To start the telnetd daemon, type the following:

    startsrc  -t telnet

    This command starts the telnetd subserver.

  2. To stop the telnetd daemon normally, type the following:

    stopsrc  -t telnet

    This command allows all pending connections to start and existing connections to complete but prevents new connections from starting.

  3. To force stop the telnetd daemon and all telnetd connections, type the following:

    stopsrc -f -t telnet  

    This command terminates all pending connections and existing connections immediately.

  4. To display a short status report about the telnetd daemon, type the following:

    lssrc -t telnet

    This command returns the daemon’s name, process ID, and state (active or inactive).

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