Use tiling to compare the contents of two sessions. The chat window can also be used to send commands to all tiled sessions
SecureCRT for Windows, Mac, and Linux provides rock-solid terminal emulation, secure remote access, file transfer, and data tunneling for IT professionals, raising productivity with advanced session management and a host of ways to streamline repetitive tasks. Access an array of network devices via SSH2, SSH1, Telnet, Telnet/SSL, serial, and other protocols, with authentication via password, public key, X.509 (Windows) including Smart Cards, and Kerberos v5 via GSSAPI. Ciphers include AES, AES-CTR, Twofish, Blowfish, 3DES, and RC4. A high-productivity UI saves time with multi-session launch, tabbed/tiled sessions, cloned sessions, a button bar for repeated commands, and mapped keys. Extensive session customization options include named sessions and firewalls, fonts, cursors, and color schemes. Other features include auto logon, printing, Emacs mode, SOCKS firewall support, and file transfer via SFTP, Zmodem, Xmodem, Ymodem, and Kermit. A built-in TFTP server provides additional file transfer flexibility. VT100/102/220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console emulations are supported all with ANSI color and color schemes. Unicode support includes character sets from multiple languages, multi-byte characters, and right-to-left reading order. Powerful scripting capabilities include a script recorder, login scripts, and support for ActiveX scripting languages (Windows) and embedded Python. A 30-day, fully-functional evaluation includes access to technical support.
SecureCRT 7.1 brings tiled sessions to Mac and Linux versions, adds an option to set up dependent sessions for connecting with jump hosts, and extends file transfer options with Kermit support. Productivity improvements include the ability to send a button bar command to all sessions and to optimize data transfer speed with a new send delay option.
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