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Client Definition - Telnet Connection Method

When Telnet is the selected protocol, you can save both your username and password.

Note: The password is replaced by asterisks in the display, but is saved as clear text in the database.

You can use Advanced Telnet Settings if you need to modify the command sequence used for logging into the host.

Note: Telnet is not available if you are running in FIPS mode.

The following additional option is available for this connection type when Application is set to Multiple commands.

 

 

Prompt

Specifies the host prompt for this command. Enter a host prompt or keep the default setting, %prompt%, which accepts multiple host prompts. To view or modify the value of %prompt%, click Advanced and configure the Command prompt option.

If Optional is selected, and the host does not display the specified prompt, Reflection X Advantage skips to the next command line.

 

Related Topics

Client Definition

Configure an X Client

Advanced Telnet Settings - Client Definition