1. Terminal Emulation
- The current range of emulators are:
- IBM 3270/8/9/E with full TN3270E support
- IBM 5250,
- DEC VT100/220/330, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Linux console, UTF-8 terminal
- Data General D211,
- HP 700/92,
- Unidata (Sperry) UTS60,
- Unidata (Burroughs) T27 (TD830 / ET1100)
- Easy key mapping with over 750 function keys.
- Versions of 3270 written in Java for use in any Java enabled Operating System or Browser.
- Screen and host printing to multiple remote printers.
- Windows programs with COM/Automation interface.
- Full script language including special functions like:
- Execute external Windows programs.
- Addressable cursor.
- IP and MAC address reporting.
- Screen and data stream reading.
- Simulation of keyboard input.
- Colour and 132-column operation.
- Multiple sessions can be established .
- Mouse support with copy and paste and custom automation.
- Use of UNICODE to allow characters in any language to be displayed.
- Translation tables that are user definable allowing the display of characters in any language.
- History screens for the 3270 allowing previous screens to be viewed, copied from and printed.
- SSL/TLS or SSH secure connections.
- Hotspots and custom buttons.
2. FTP and File Transfers
- FTP client support batch file processing.
- FTP client provides both menu-driven and command line user interfaces.
- FTP client with COM automation interface allowing scripting of sessions.
- Firewall friendly FTP client and server (passive mode).
- Unix format file list in the FTP server to cater for commonly used FTP clients.
- FTP server with:
- User access and level control.
- Built-in personal firewall and active break-in protection.
- Remote command execution.
- IND$FILE and Natural file transfers are supported by the 3270 emulator.
- Most line-based terminals (like the VT family) offer Log and Read options.
3. Print Services
- Socket (or IP) printing server and client for network printing from any host to any printer including PC printers.
- Both LPD and LPR print server and clients are implemented allowing bi-directional services to and from UNIX hosts.
- Print via telnet using “slave”/”back”/”pass-through”-printing.
- LPR client program to use any LPD print server.
- 3287 printer client for TN3270E (“session bound”, RFC 2355 and SCS) and Natural file printing.
- Multiple print options for formatted and unformatted data.
- Plain text or fancy formatted printing from legacy applications.
- Automated post print processing via COM/Automation or third party programs. (E.g. print to e-mail.)
- Formatted printing includes: printer escape sequences, 80/132 column selections, RTF, INET propriety printer independent escape sequences.
- Templates supported for RTF (Natural via mail merge) and direct (raw) jobs.
- Print destinations include: to file, direct to port (raw), to printer driver via GDI, to third party software.
- Various remote printing options to multiple destinations.
- LPD, 3287 and Socket Print Server are available as Windows Services.
- LPD and Socket Print Server can be configured to accept UTF-8 or ANSI input.
- Enhanced printing
- Various custom print options
- User definable spool directories for printing
- Rich Text via RTF commands
- Rich Text via standard escape sequences to any Windows printer
- Merge printing
- Templates in text and RTF
- More automation for scripted control of print jobs
- More custom options and configurations
- Support mainframe bold and underline via over printing on Windows
- File printing with many options
- Screen prints with multiple screens to one page
- Screen print templatessuper viag
4. Windows Operation
- Multiple, unlimited, simultaneous sessions. All applications running as separate Windows programs.
- Component Object Model (COM) capabilities (OLE, Automation, VB and ActiveX Scripting, etc.) allows custom GUI developments and interfacing with third party software.
- SSL /TLS and SSH security.
- Drag-and-drop network printing.
- FTP batch processing.
5. Diagnostic Tools
- Protocol tracing.
- Extensive status information.
- Extensive statistical information.
- INET site-licenses make provision for running the SAME copy of the software on multiple PC’s and even loading the software from a central server.
- Upgrading INET to a later revision does not involve a license change for the first year.
- Software assurance (maintenance) contracts give access to all INET upgrades.
- Site licenses can be upgraded incrementally to a larger number of users.
- Citrix Server and Windows Terminal Server can be used to host the emulators.
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