Attachmate Reflection 2014 .NET API Reference
TelnetEncryptionStrength Property

Gets or specifies the encryption strength for Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) datastream encryption.
Property TelnetEncryptionStrength As TelnetEncryptionStrengthOption
Dim instance As IIbmTerminal
Dim value As TelnetEncryptionStrengthOption
instance.TelnetEncryptionStrength = value
value = instance.TelnetEncryptionStrength
TelnetEncryptionStrengthOption TelnetEncryptionStrength {get; set;}
Attachmate.Reflection.SecuredSettingException This exception is thrown when you modify a property that was secured via the Permissions Manager or that can only be modified by an Administrator.
The value of this property is relevant only if EnableTelnetEncryption is enabled.

The available values are: Default, Bits40, Bits56, Bits128, and Bits168.

When set to Default, the encryption strength is established by the host and Reflection during handshaking. If you set encryption strength to a specific value, the server must support this encryption level. If the server does not support this level, the connection will not be established. If you are running in FIPS mode and specify Default, Reflection negotiates using only FIPS compliant encryption levels.


Target Platforms: Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services

See Also


IIbmTerminal Interface
IIbmTerminal Members

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