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Using SSH

Hello,

I've got a little trouble using SSH with OES on Netware. Connecting and
logging works all ok, but I can seem to get the terminal settings right.
When I use SecureCRT with the terminal font en linux emulation,
everything looks ok, but the function keys (F1, F3, etc) don't work.

When I use PuTTY, the functionkeys work ok, but the terminal font still
makes a mess of screens like MONITOR (the linedrawing doesn't work).

I've also tried Absolute Telnet and MindTerm but the lack a lot of
features, so no option.

Am I out of luck here?
Thanks in advance for any insights.

Roland
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Re: Using SSH

Roland Kool wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I've got a little trouble using SSH with OES on Netware. Connecting and
> logging works all ok, but I can seem to get the terminal settings right.
> When I use SecureCRT with the terminal font en linux emulation,
> everything looks ok, but the function keys (F1, F3, etc) don't work.
>
> When I use PuTTY, the functionkeys work ok, but the terminal font still
> makes a mess of screens like MONITOR (the linedrawing doesn't work).
>
> I've also tried Absolute Telnet and MindTerm but the lack a lot of
> features, so no option.
>
> Am I out of luck here?
> Thanks in advance for any insights.
>
> Roland


I've been using the font-encoding with terminal font. It is acceptable.
for NetWare servers.
Frank
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