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SerialIP Server operates as a telnet server allowing the user to connect directly to a remote serial port (RS232) using TCP/IP connection. It is possible to connect to SerialIP Server using any available telnet application and send text commands to remote serial equipment directly. SerialIP Server overrides the restriction of device-bundled or specialized software that offers full control over the device on local machine only. With SerialIP Server it is possible to implement full control of a remote serial device using standard network protocols like TCP/IP.
Watch-List Telnet Server enables you to watch access to your server by IP address, Domain Name and User Name, then notifies the administrator by automated email alert notifications. Email alerts can also be to sent to cell phones via SMS. Includes Task-Menu, a text (console mode) menu interface that enables remote or local telnet access for administration and configuration of your watch-list and add users to GSW.
The Ataman TCP Remote Logon Services (ATRLS) provide rlogind, telnetd, rshd and rexecd services for Windows NT/2000. Each remote user executes in their own security context. The ATRLS runs as Windows NT/2000 service - no one needs to be logged onto the console. Rlogind and telnetd services support full-screen console-mode applications.
TTelnetXQ is a full featured enterprise level Telnet Server. A fast and robust service, TelnetXQ lets you use full screen console applications like DOS Edit, custom industrial console applications from RF terminals, or just simple DOS command line applications. TelnetXQ provides the ultimate in flexibility with its inbound/outbound KeyMapping feature that allows you to map a sequence of keys on the server to key(s) on the client side, and vice-versa.
C-Kermit is a combined network and serial communication software package offering a transport-independent, cross-platform approach to connection establishment, terminal sessions, file transfer, file management, character-set translation, numeric and alphanumeric paging, and automation of communication tasks through its built-in scripting language. In Unix, C-Kermit can be thought of as an alternative to cu, tip, minicom, uucp, ftp, ftpd, telnet, ktelnet, rlogin, ssh, find, grep, iconv, recode, expect, wget, sendpage, bc, and to some extent even Lisp, your shell, and/or Perl; a single package for both network and serial communications.
X-SecurePro allows you to run UNIX applications on a standard PC. Providing encryption security using the SSH standard from PC to host machine. X-SecurePro Package Includes: Secure SSH-2 connection Ciphers: 3DES, Blowfish, DES, RC4 Authentication using password Authentication RSA Connection forwarding, including full support for X-protocol connection forwarding Efficient TCP/IP Network File System: NFS (Client + Server) File transfer programs: FTP and TFTP Remote printing facilities (LPR, LPQ, LPRM) Interactive configuration utilities Telnet virtual terminal emulators (VT52, VT100, VT220, VT240, ANSI, XTERM) Wide range of local X fonts available Network protocols and utilities X-SecurePro provides full support for multiple X applications, sophisticated window managers, including TWM, FVWM, Motif, Open Look and desktops like CDE, KDE etc. X-SecurePro enables on your PC's screen to work at once with several graphic applications (X clients) executed simultaneously on various network nodes. As a result, a heterogeneous network appears for you as a unified large computer system arranged directly on your desktop. The unique feature "Dynamic Port Forwarding" allows you to start FTP, XStartup/Rexec and other facilities, without direct access to remote hosts, through established SSH connections.