Favorite telnet client for Win32
What's the best telnet client for Win32?
My two favorites are Tera Term and PuTTY. Tera Term looks more "polished" but PuTTY has better support for class UNIX control characters. Both have add-ons that can do SSH also.
dtelnet, very small and simple.
My vote goes to putty, especially because it supports ssh and ssh2.
PuTTY is what I use. I wouldnt go back.
Yep, can't really go past PuTTy
I've used PuTTY for ssh (secure shell), but I've used eXceed for everything else.
Nobody uses WinCRT any more?
rxvt/OpenSSH from cygwin.
putty is great, but WinCVS needs a COMMAND LINE ssh, which putty doesn't support (not that I know of). I am forced to use TWO terminal clients, putty and SecureCRT.
You could set Putty to forward the CVS port from the remote machine to localhost and point WinCVS at that.
Yep port forwarding is great. It makes anything (ftp, http, pop, etc) secure.
Don't forget all the Macros you can create with eXceed. auto-login, etc
Another vote for putty and the related goodies (pscp, etc). Very slick.
Putty all the way!!!!!!!!!
"There's no excuse (or good reason) to be using telnet in the year 2003. Unencrypted network logins suck."
[but WinCVS needs a COMMAND LINE ssh]
Just me (Sir to you)
Kermit 95. I must admit that I haven't tried its SSH features, but like its scripting.
problems with putty:
Did anyone try out IVT?
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