CRT is a rock-solid Windows terminal emulator for Telnet, RLogin, and Serial protocols that's easy to use and highly customizable. CRT is ideal for accessing host-based legacy applications, querying a database, accessing a BBS, or connecting to a network device to perform configuration tasks. CRT features a multi-session tabbed interface with extensive session management and customization features.
Customization options include toolbars, menus, keymaps, and login scripts, as well as fonts, cursors, and color schemes. Named sessions and firewalls let you create individual configurations that can be used on a session-specific basis. The Activator tray utility minimizes desktop clutter while a click on the "New Tab" icon on the toolbar allows you to begin a new session instantly. The Quick Connect feature connects to UNIX, VMS, and Windows servers by entering only a hostname. Choose from a wide range of emulations including VT100, VT102, VT220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console Ã¢â‚¬â€œ all with ANSI color. Multibyte character sets are supported for Japanese, Korean, and Chinese, as is support for scalable line-drawing fonts and character attributes including VT line-drawing symbols, bold, underline, reverse and blink, and double-width and double-height fonts. Powerful scripting capabilities, including ActiveX scripting support for VBScript and other scripting languages, save you valuable time by automating routine configuration tasks. Dialer support through Windows TAPI allows saving dial-up connections in session information. Other features include Zmodem and Xmodem file transfers, auto logon, Emacs mode, SOCKS and generic firewalls, and excellent support for transparent pass-through printing. CRT includes a 30-day try-before-you-buy evaluation license for the fully functional application and access to VanDyke Software technical support. For a secure terminal emulator for SSH1/SSH2, try SecureCRT.
What's new in this version:
- In the Session Options, the default upload and download directories on the Xmodem/Zmodem page were switched.