Quote Originally Posted by mrspedag2 View Post
Hi,

I didn't give up...

Solution for the ssh connect:
I have created an user group with the permission to use ssh. I added the required users to this group, and they may connect via ssh, now.
Ok, I could stop from this point, now. But unresolved problems are painful, aren't they?

I tried using telnet:
mrbscm02:~ # telnet localhost
Trying ::1...
telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused
Trying 127.0.0.1...
telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
mrbscm02:~ #

I want to solve it....
Your original post stated " I need telnet & i know about the secure issues... :-)" but you're now saying that you have set up ssh and "could stop from this point, now". Which suggests you don't actually need telnet at all. Do you really need telnet or can you use ssh instead? If you are able to use ssh instead of telnet then forget about telnet.