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Connect to Nemesis!

First: In case you have forgotten your password, but entered a valid email address, you can generate a new password. But your configured email address must work!
Second: Here is the quick reference card to connect to Nemesis - within Nemesis use 'help connect'.

Third:
Web browser:

HERE comes our brand new (still experimental) Web Client to play Nemesis! Feedback is appreciated!
Nevertheless as a real MUD client offers much more we recommend to download a MUD client (see also our list of MUD clients):

Unix-like systems:

If you are using a Unix-like system it is very easy:

Microsoft Windows:

On Windows you have 3 options (to be honest there are 2):

Smartphones & tablet computers:

Basically on smartphones and tablets there are 2 option, too:

About MUD clients:

Generally speaking, a MUD client is more powerful and userfriendly than a raw connection via telnet: At the least, "command-line-editing" and a "command history" of previous commands to correct typos. Have a look at our small list of MUD clients in the Download section.

Alternatives & options:

Securely and encrypted you can connect to Nemesis via port 2020 or port 20000 using SSL/TLS. Unfortunately only very few MUD clients support this - see Download. But you can use Stunnel (homepage) to get an encrypted connection to Nemesis to host mud.nemesis.de and these to ports.

Alternatively to port 2000 you can also use port 2005 or port 23 (standard telnet-port), both for unencrypted connections. E.g. try 'telnet mud.nemesis.de 2005' or 'telnet mud.nemesis.de 23' (or 'telnet mud.nemesis.de' without port number, as port 23 should be default) if port 2000 is blocked by a firewall/packetfilter.

The formerly easiest way was to enter the telnet URL in a browser, but browser manufacturers no longer support the format telnet://mud.nemesis.de:2000/ :-(


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