Programming with Reflection

image\rwnprg32.gif Keyword Tokens by Connection Type

 

The following table lists all the keyword tokens you can use with the ConnectionSettings property and ConnectionSetting method for each connection type.

Click here for a table of keyword tokens, and the connection types for which each one is valid.

Connection Type

Keyword Tokens

 

 

All

These keyword tokens are valid for all connection types.

ConnectionName
ConnectMacro
ConnectMacroData
DisconnectScriptArgs
DisconnectScriptFile
ExitAllowed
ExitOnDisconnect
Parity
ScriptArgs
ScriptFile
ScriptType
SettingsFile

 

 

BEST-NETWORK

The keywords you can set for best-network include all of the keywords for the available connection types—depending on the actual connection type established, some keywords may be ignored.

After a connection is established using the best-network connection type, the DefaultNetwork keyword gets set to the type of connection that was actually used.

ConnectionName
ConnectMacro
ConnectMacroData
DefaultNetwork
DisconnectScriptArgs
DisconnectScriptFile
Host
LatDestinationPort
LatNode
NSVTPort
Parity
Password
ScriptArgs
ScriptFile
ScriptType
SettingsFile
TelnetBinary
TelnetBreak
TelnetEcho
TelnetInitOptionNegotiation
TelnetLineMode
TelnetLFAfterCR
TelnetLocation
TelnetPort
TelnetSetWindowSize
TelnetTermType
TelnetTrace
TelnetUseEmulatorTermType
Timeout

 

TELNET

Authentication
CacheName
ConnectionName
ConnectMacro
ConnectMacroData
DisconnectScriptArgs
DisconnectScriptFile
Encryption
Host
MutualAuthentication
Parity
PKIDisableCRL
Principal
Realm
RenewableTicket
ScriptArgs
ScriptFile
ScriptType
SettingsFile
TelnetBinary
TelnetBreak
TelnetEcho
TelnetInitOptionNegotiation
TelnetLFAfterCR
TelnetLineMode
TelnetLocation
TelnetPort
TelnetSetWindowSize
TelnetTermDefault
TelnetTermType
TelnetTrace
TelnetUseEmulatorTermType
Timeout
TLSCertifyHostname
TLSStrength
UseTLS
UserName
UseSOCKS

 

 

VT-MGR

ConnectionName
ConnectMacro
ConnectMacroData
DisconnectScriptArgs
DisconnectScriptFile
Host
NSVTPort
Parity
ScriptArgs
ScriptFile
ScriptType
SettingsFile
Timeout

 

SECURE SHELL

Host
LowerCaseUserName
SSHConfigScheme
SSHPort
SSHShowBannerDialog
SSHSetHostWindowSize
SSHTermDefault
SSHTermType
Timeout
UsePCUserName
UserName

 

 

RLOGIN

Baud
ConnectionName
ConnectMacro
ConnectMacroData
DisconnectScriptArgs
DisconnectScriptFile
Host
LowerCaseUserName
Parity
ScriptArgs
ScriptFile
ScriptType
SettingsFile
RloginPort
RloginTermType
Timeout
UsePCUserName
UserName

 

 

MODEM

Baud
CharDelay
CheckParity
ConnectionName
ConnectMacro
ConnectMacroData
CTSrequired
DisconnectScriptArgs
DisconnectScriptFile
DropDTROnDisconnect
DSRrequired
LineDelay
ModemAreaCode
ModemCountryName
ModemInitString
ModemLocation
ModemMode
ModemName
ModemPhoneNumber
ModemShowDisconnectErrors
ModemUseDialingRules
Parity
ReceivePacing
ScriptArgs
ScriptFile
ScriptType
SettingsFile
StopBits
TransmitPacing
XoffRepeat
XoffTimeout

 

 

COM1-COM8

Note: Typically, only serial ports com1-com4 are available, but if you have a third-party serial driver that supports additional ports, you may have as many as eight ports available (com1-com8).

Baud
CharDelay
CheckParity
ConnectionName
ConnectMacro
ConnectMacroData
CTSrequired
DisconnectScriptArgs
DisconnectScriptFile
DropDTROnDisconnect
DSRrequired
EnhancedSerialDataCom
LineDelay
Parity
ReceivePacing
ScriptArgs
ScriptFile
ScriptType
SettingsFile
StopBits
TransmitPacing
XoffRepeat
XoffTimeout