Although Telnet is a rather old protocol, it is still widely used by various IT professionals like system and network administrators for establishing connections to servers, accessing terminals and launching processes on remote systems. If your work involves the use of Telnet or SSH as the primary means of connecting to servers and managing remote systems, you just cannot miss the opportunity to finally start using a perfect Telnet tool!
Eric’s TelNet98 is feature-loaded and rock-stable Telnet and SSH client that dramatically facilitates the task of connecting to remote systems or processes and managing them in the most efficient manner. The software features a convenient, intuitive and largely self-explanatory interface that minimizes the lead-in time and makes all interactions with the program a snap. Eric’s TelNet98 supports both Telnet and SSH protocols, IPv4 and IPv6, Windows Sockets based ANSI and SCO-ANSI compatible Terminal emulation, local environment transfer and a lot more. Some of the features that make the use of the program easier include the support of ANSI color, automatic connection and logging on, session logging and file transfer. Compared with other Telnet clients with basic functionality, the program allows users to execute text commands, transmit files, use line printer emulation and perform may other tricks with unparalleled ease. The fact that the program comes with a full ANSI command reference is good news for users who are not 100% about their knowledge of this area and the availability of an API makes integration with third-party services and applications manifold easier.
Eric’s Telnet98 is all you will ever need for all of your server administration needs, so don’t miss this chance to see this great software in action!
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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