I just stumbled across this. I'm wondering if someone with more experience of the nslu2 can put this to good use to locate a telnet command. http://IPoftheNSLU2/Management/setup.cgi?next_file=telnet.cgi this seems to confuse the device into giving a dump of a file from the OS that among other things tells me this: no/etc/CGI_ds.confstatusaction/tmp/tmpfile.XXXXXXrt/etc/inetd.conftelnet_enablenetworkwttelnetdtelnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/telnetd /bin/mv -f %s %s 2>/dev/null/etc/rc.d/rc.xinetd Anyway, this got me thinking that telnet.cgi still actually exists. Truth is that it does seem to be there. If you try to use it in the same way as setup.cgi ie. by passing it a parameter it doesn't have an error. http://IPoftheNSLU2/Management/telnet.cgi - this causes an error implying that it has been removed, but http://IPoftheNSLU2/Management/telnet.cgi?enable=true - while not actually enabling it it proves that telnet.cgi is present and therefore if someone could locate telnet.cgi in the firmware download and see what parameters it is looking for maybe we could actually use telnet again... I look forward to anything anyone is able to find out about this. Good luck!