ZOC is a telnet/SSH/SSH2 client and terminal emulator. It's functions like tabbed sessions, scrollback, host directory and solidly implemented emulations make it the preferred tool for people who have to access Unix shell accounts from a Windows platform. Linux admins will feel like sitting on their native console with ZOC's support for colors, meta-keys and local printing. Besides that, it features widely used terminal emulations like vt102, vt220, and several types of ANSI and not so widely used ones like TN3270, Wyse, TVI, and Sun's CDE. ZOC also features major file transfer protocols like X-, Y- Zmodem as well as Kermit and SCP. All these are offered in solid implementations, which leave nothing to be desired.
Version 6.0.8 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What's new in this version: Some bug fixes of minor impact. CHG: price change with U.S. and European distributor (now $79 per license) FIX: cursor keys in local typing (Windows only) FIX: possibly lost the main window in multi monitor setup (OS X only) FIX: ssh.exe and telnet.exe were linked with msvcr80.dll instead of megadodo.dll FIX: possible crash when switching away from TN5250 emulation NEW: using a questionmark as SSH username will show a username prompt FIX: tabs opened in background always started as 80x25 FIX: ... See all new features
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"Modern SSH/Telnet Client with all the features"
Version: ZOC Terminal 6.08
Connecting to all types of hosts (Linux, IBM, Cisco gear) within one app, even at the same time. Fast with low memory and disk footprint. Clean modern looks
With the many options, it's sometimes hard to find the one you need.
"Professional's power SSH/Telnet/Serial Term Program"
Version: ZOC Terminal 6.08
Great for professional Unix/Linux/Cisco Admins.
SSH, Telnet, Named Pipes, or RS-232 connections.
SCP, Zmodem, Ymodem, Xmodem, Kermit, even over TCP/IP.
Session activity indicators.
Send the same command to every open session.
Hard to say - this is the best term program out of a dozen that I've used over the years.
For me, Zoc is a productivity tool in my daily work as a SysAdmin. Hotkeys, macros, and the buit in REXX scripting language help me stay on top of 100+ network devices. I can monitor activity on a half dozen systems at once, using the traffic indicators built into the tabbed interface. If I need details about a CLI session from 6 months ago, I can get them from the logfiles that Zoc can automatically record to disk.
Zoc can even be used in unattended mode, where it can be invoke a macro or REXX script to accomplish tasks at any time, unattended. Monitor the results of these unattended sessions by consulting Zoc's log files.
I think that every Solaris, Linux, HpUX, AIX, Cisco administrator, or serious terminal mode gamer should have Zoc as their term program.
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