Invented long ago for accessing remote boxes over TCP, for years the technology has maintained its popularity. No matter how much it has evolved since its invention, telnet does not look exhausted nor is it going to retire. Just the contrary, it keeps growing and undergoing transformations, still providing the most simple and convenient way to access remote computers.
TelNet98 is a brand new telnet client for Windows, which emulates a remote terminal with the support of ANSI/SCO-ANSI. As in our time of hack attacks and elevated security concerns just a handful of uses might feel comfortable using the open protocol, TelNet98 communicates with remotes host via SSH.
Youll feel the difference right when the program is started unlike in the standard applications, here you provide user credentials once and then never again will you have to enter the login and password over to connect to the host. If you have to connect to several hosts, you can save session settings to a profile and then simply select the necessary profile when connecting to host. Moreover, you can even share session settings with others (keeping in mind security concerns). Another great surprise is to find the support of ANSI colors and built-in file transfer functionality in the software. With this telnet program, you wont have to launch several awkward applications at once and try to arrange your work between them; here, all you need is stacked in a single place.
This is the place where it feels the same whether youre working on a remote box or using a local PC. TelNet98 would be a great tool for remote administrators and users who need the remote access to other computers.
Erics TelNet98 14.3-SSH Erics TelNet98 is the sophisticated Telnet and SSH client for Intranets and the Internet. This Windows Sockets-based ANSI- and SCO-ANSI compatible Terminal includes color, line
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