Once initial connection is established with the server,
SSH protocol specifies that both parties should exchange
version information. This information includes
server/client type, and version supported. Typically, this
would be something like
which means that server does support SSH protocol
versions SSH1 and SSH2, and server type if OpenSSH_2.9p2.
Other values can apply here, too. Important thing is first
part of the string,
1.99 means that server supports both SSH1 and SSH2
protocols. If only SSH1 is supported, then server would
reply with SSH-1.5 (usually), and if only SSH2 is supported
it would reply with SSH-2.0 (usually).
Reading RemoteIdentification property does not affect
wodTelnetDLX's behaviour - but helps you determine type
of remote server. Also, this can help our techsupport
department to isolate the problem you're having - if
any - because wodTelnetDLX'es behavior is different
depending on the server you're connecting to.