HP Local Echo Default

When this check box is selected, each character typed at the keyboard is immediately displayed on the screen. In remote mode, each character you type is transmitted to the host computer. Most host systems immediately send the character back to your terminal (that is, they echo the character) and the character you see is the one that the host sent, not the one you typed.

If you are communicating with a host computer that echoes characters, and this box is selected, each character you type appears on your display twice. If this happens, clear this check box. Select it only when communicating with host systems that do not echo each typed character (some public networks, for example).

When the Host Integrator is in block mode or local mode, this check box is automatically selected.

Note: This setting is saved as part of the model's default settings, and will be used when initially connecting or resetting a session. Another setting, HP Local Echo, reflects the current terminal state, which can be changed by the host.