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February 15th, 2002, 06:45 AM
Telnet Vrs Crt
Just a quick poll to find out what is more prefered by AO users
In this corner we have Telnet weighing in at 77.7kb
and in the oposite corner we have CRT weighing in at whopping 864kb
at the sound of the bell come out voting
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February 15th, 2002, 06:47 AM
TELNET I been using it 4 ever
February 19th, 2002, 01:06 AM
Hmm, I feel like a newbie, what exactly is crt?
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February 20th, 2002, 02:07 AM
CRT - Terminal Emulation for Internet and intranet.
funny i'm a newbie
(i don't really know what it means could someone please explain
February 20th, 2002, 03:37 AM
CRT to the Max
hehe, personally I favor the heavyweight.....
CRT ---- Cathode Ray Tube
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February 20th, 2002, 03:16 PM
I am not sure what you are talking about here either. A CRT is a physical device. If you are using an application called CRT (I use SecureCRT), then it has a telnet client built into it, along with many other things, like SSH, serial support and more. Also, you can have a "windows telnet" or "*nix telnet" which are calle the same thing, but are actually different.
I personally prefer apps like secureCRT which has all the functionality of many different protocols built into a single application.
February 21st, 2002, 01:37 PM
While telnet is a standard, CRT (as in the Van Dyke Tech app.) has more costomizable features. I have mine customized up the wazzoo, when any one of my buddies use my machine they are like WHERE'S basic telnet? I've converted a few to CRT because of all the macro's and options.
February 21st, 2002, 01:48 PM
For those that don't know, CRT is a downloadable terminal emulator. It can emulate something like 20 different terms...ie. VT100, VT120, VT240, etc etc. It is a lot more robust then the basic telnet that comes with windows. If I remember correctly though (haven't used it in a while) it is shareware, and there is a registration fee after 30 days or something like that.
Personally, I don't use either one. SSH all the way.
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February 21st, 2002, 02:08 PM
SecureCRT is the one and only terminal emulation I use. It's worth it's weight in gold for the options you get with it as well as ssh 1 and 2 being supported and since I do a lot of telnet-based work, that's great for me!
http://www.vandyke.com is the site for it. CRT by itself is good too, but for those wanting encrypted sessions, SecureCRT is the only way to go.
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February 21st, 2002, 02:12 PM
There is also Openssh
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