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 package org.apache.commons.net.telnet;
 
The TelnetClient class implements the simple network virtual terminal (NVT) for the Telnet protocol according to RFC 854. It does not implement any of the extra Telnet options because it is meant to be used within a Java program providing automated access to Telnet accessible resources.

The class can be used by first connecting to a server using the SocketClient connect method. Then an InputStream and OutputStream for sending and receiving data over the Telnet connection can be obtained by using the getInputStream() and getOutputStream() methods. When you finish using the streams, you must call disconnect rather than simply closing the streams.

Author(s):
Bruno D'Avanzo
 
 
 public class TelnetClient extends Telnet
 {
     private InputStream __input;
     private OutputStream __output;
     protected boolean readerThread = true;
     private TelnetInputListener inputListener;

    
Default TelnetClient constructor, sets terminal-type VT100.
 
     public TelnetClient()
     {
         /* TERMINAL-TYPE option (start)*/
         super ("VT100");
         /* TERMINAL-TYPE option (end)*/
          = null;
          = null;
     }

    
Construct an instance with the specified terminal type.

Parameters:
termtype the terminal type to use, e.g. VT100
 
     /* TERMINAL-TYPE option (start)*/
     public TelnetClient(String termtype)
     {
         super (termtype);
          = null;
          = null;
     }
     /* TERMINAL-TYPE option (end)*/
 
     void _flushOutputStream() throws IOException
     {
         .flush();
     }
     void _closeOutputStream() throws IOException
     {
         .close();
     }

    
Handles special connection requirements.

Throws:
java.io.IOException If an error occurs during connection setup.
 
     @Override
     protected void _connectAction_() throws IOException
     {
         super._connectAction_();
         TelnetInputStream tmp = new TelnetInputStream(this);
         if()
        {
            tmp._start();
        }
        // __input CANNOT refer to the TelnetInputStream.  We run into
        // blocking problems when some classes use TelnetInputStream, so
        // we wrap it with a BufferedInputStream which we know is safe.
        // This blocking behavior requires further investigation, but right
        // now it looks like classes like InputStreamReader are not implemented
        // in a safe manner.
         = new BufferedInputStream(tmp);
         = new TelnetOutputStream(this);
    }

    
Disconnects the telnet session, closing the input and output streams as well as the socket. If you have references to the input and output streams of the telnet connection, you should not close them yourself, but rather call disconnect to properly close the connection.
    @Override
    public void disconnect() throws IOException
    {
        if ( != null) {
            .close();
        }
        if ( != null) {
            .close();
        }
        super.disconnect();
    }

    
Returns the telnet connection output stream. You should not close the stream when you finish with it. Rather, you should call disconnect .

Returns:
The telnet connection output stream.
    public OutputStream getOutputStream()
    {
        return ;
    }

    
Returns the telnet connection input stream. You should not close the stream when you finish with it. Rather, you should call disconnect .

Returns:
The telnet connection input stream.
    public InputStream getInputStream()
    {
        return ;
    }

    
Returns the state of the option on the local side.

Parameters:
option - Option to be checked.

Returns:
The state of the option on the local side.
    public boolean getLocalOptionState(int option)
    {
        /* BUG (option active when not already acknowledged) (start)*/
        return (_stateIsWill(option) && _requestedWill(option));
        /* BUG (option active when not already acknowledged) (end)*/
    }

    
Returns the state of the option on the remote side.

Parameters:
option - Option to be checked.

Returns:
The state of the option on the remote side.
    public boolean getRemoteOptionState(int option)
    {
        /* BUG (option active when not already acknowledged) (start)*/
        return (_stateIsDo(option) && _requestedDo(option));
        /* BUG (option active when not already acknowledged) (end)*/
    }
    /* open TelnetOptionHandler functionality (end)*/
    /* Code Section added for supporting AYT (start)*/

    
Sends an Are You There sequence and waits for the result.

Parameters:
timeout - Time to wait for a response (millis.)

Returns:
true if AYT received a response, false otherwise

Throws:
java.lang.InterruptedException
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
java.io.IOException
    public boolean sendAYT(long timeout)
    {
        return (_sendAYT(timeout));
    }
    /* Code Section added for supporting AYT (start)*/

    
Sends a protocol-specific subnegotiation message to the remote peer. TelnetClient will add the IAC SB & IAC SE framing bytes; the first byte in message should be the appropriate telnet option code.

This method does not wait for any response. Subnegotiation messages sent by the remote end can be handled by registering an approrpriate TelnetOptionHandler.

Parameters:
message option code followed by subnegotiation payload
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if message has length zero
java.io.IOException if an I/O error occurs while writing the message
Since:
3.0
    public void sendSubnegotiation(int[] message)
    {
        if (message.length < 1) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("zero length message");
        }
        _sendSubnegotiation(message);
    }

    
Sends a command byte to the remote peer, adding the IAC prefix.

This method does not wait for any response. Messages sent by the remote end can be handled by registering an approrpriate TelnetOptionHandler.

Parameters:
command the code for the command
Throws:
java.io.IOException if an I/O error occurs while writing the message
Since:
3.0
    public void sendCommand(byte command)
    {
        _sendCommand(command);
    }
    /* open TelnetOptionHandler functionality (start)*/

    
Registers a new TelnetOptionHandler for this telnet client to use.

Parameters:
opthand - option handler to be registered.

Throws:
InvalidTelnetOptionException
java.io.IOException
    @Override
    public void addOptionHandler(TelnetOptionHandler opthand)
    {
        super.addOptionHandler(opthand);
    }
    /* open TelnetOptionHandler functionality (end)*/

    
Unregisters a TelnetOptionHandler.

Parameters:
optcode - Code of the option to be unregistered.

Throws:
InvalidTelnetOptionException
java.io.IOException
    @Override
    public void deleteOptionHandler(int optcode)
    {
        super.deleteOptionHandler(optcode);
    }
    /* Code Section added for supporting spystreams (start)*/
    
Registers an OutputStream for spying what's going on in the TelnetClient session.

Parameters:
spystream - OutputStream on which session activity will be echoed.
    public void registerSpyStream(OutputStream  spystream)
    {
        super._registerSpyStream(spystream);
    }

    
Stops spying this TelnetClient.

    public void stopSpyStream()
    {
        super._stopSpyStream();
    }
    /* Code Section added for supporting spystreams (end)*/

    
Registers a notification handler to which will be sent notifications of received telnet option negotiation commands.

Parameters:
notifhand - TelnetNotificationHandler to be registered
    @Override
    public void registerNotifHandler(TelnetNotificationHandler  notifhand)
    {
        super.registerNotifHandler(notifhand);
    }

    
Unregisters the current notification handler.

    @Override
    public void unregisterNotifHandler()
    {
        super.unregisterNotifHandler();
    }

    
Sets the status of the reader thread.

When enabled, a seaparate internal reader thread is created for new connections to read incoming data as it arrives. This results in immediate handling of option negotiation, notifications, etc. (at least until the fixed-size internal buffer fills up). Otherwise, no thread is created an all negotiation and option handling is deferred until a read() is performed on the input stream.

The reader thread must be enabled for TelnetInputListener support.

When this method is invoked, the reader thread status will apply to all subsequent connections; the current connection (if any) is not affected.

Parameters:
flag true to enable the reader thread, false to disable
See also:
registerInputListener(org.apache.commons.net.telnet.TelnetInputListener)
    public void setReaderThread(boolean flag)
    {
         = flag;
    }

    
Gets the status of the reader thread.

Returns:
true if the reader thread is enabled, false otherwise
    public boolean getReaderThread()
    {
        return ();
    }

    
Register a listener to be notified when new incoming data is available to be read on the input stream. Only one listener is supported at a time.

More precisely, notifications are issued whenever the number of bytes available for immediate reading (i.e., the value returned by java.io.InputStream.available()) transitions from zero to non-zero. Note that (in general) multiple reads may be required to empty the buffer and reset this notification, because incoming bytes are being added to the internal buffer asynchronously.

Notifications are only supported when a reader thread is enabled for the connection.

Parameters:
listener listener to be registered; replaces any previous
Since:
3.0
    public synchronized void registerInputListener(TelnetInputListener listener)
    {
        this. = listener;
    }

    
Unregisters the current TelnetInputListener, if any.

Since:
3.0
    public synchronized void unregisterInputListener()
    {
        this. = null;
    }
    // Notify input listener
    void notifyInputListener() {
        TelnetInputListener listener;
        synchronized (this) {
            listener = this.;
        }
        if (listener != null) {
            listener.telnetInputAvailable();
        }
    }
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