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Terminal Settings dialog box

Use the Terminal Settings dialog box to specify a connection type. You can select Telnet, Secure SHell (SSH), or Serial.

View Settings

Enables you to specify the name and encoding for the Terminal.

View Title

Enter a name for the Terminal view.

Encoding
Select the character set encoding for the terminal.

Terminal Settings for Telnet

Figure 11-75 Terminal Settings dialog box

Terminal Settings (Telnet) dialog box

Host

The host to connect to.

Port

The port that the target is connected to:

  • telnet. This is the default.

  • tgtcons.

Timeout (sec)

The connection's timeout in seconds.

Terminal Settings for SSH

Figure 11-76 Terminal Settings dialog box

Terminal Settings (SSH) dialog box

Host

The host to connect to.

User

The user name.

Password

The password corresponding to the user.

Timeout (sec)

The connection's timeout in seconds. Defaults to 0.

KeepAlive (sec)

The connection's keep alive time in seconds. Defaults to 300.

Port

The port that the target is connected to. Defaults to 22.

Terminal Settings for Serial

Figure 11-77 Terminal Settings dialog box

Terminal Settings (Serial) dialog box

Port

The port that the target is connected to.

Baud Rate

The connection baud rate.

Data Bits

The number of data bits.

Stop Bits

The number of stop bits for each character.

Parity

The parity type:

  • None. This is the default.

  • Even.

  • Odd.

  • Mark.

  • Space.

Flow Control

The flow control of the connection:

  • None. This is the default.

  • RTS/CTS.

  • Xon/Xoff.

Timeout (sec)

The connection's timeout in seconds.

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