ZOC is a professional telnet or Secure Shell (SSH) client and terminal emulator that consolidates connectivity to all your text based servers and remote gear under one roof. Functions like tabbed sessions, versatile host directory, scripting and rock-solid implementations of emulations make it the preferred tool for users who access Unix shell accounts or IBM mainframes as well as for technicians who need to configure routers or program microcontrollers.
Linux admins will feel like sitting on their native console with ZOC's support for Xterm colors and Xterm mouse, user defined layouts, meta-keys, local typing and local printing. ZOC offers emulations like like Xterm, VT100, VT220, TN3270 and TN5250, Ansi-BBS and Ansi-SCO, TVI or Wyse as well as major file transfer protocols like SCP, X-, Y- Z modem as well as Kermit. More advanced features are a scripting language with over 200 commands, complete redefinition of the keyboard, automatic invocation of macros, a host directory that can be shared over the network to name just a few.
What's new in this version:
Version 7.09.3 fixes: recording host directory autologin sometimes recorded junk; kermit file transfer problem when custom quote character was chosen; possible crash when setting user buttons to very long values; quirk in ansi emulation (reverse-off sequence); kermit session negotiation quirks.