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AIX, VT220 and number of rows

Hello everyone,

I installed PAM 3.2, I have some AIX clients, but I have some problems when I configured a SSH relay rule and tested it:

- The environment for AIX uses a VT220 terminal emulator.
- When I check the display, it doesn't display enough rows into the terminal.

I have some questions:

- Could you tell me if a different terminal emulator can be configure it?, (I checked SSH Relay uses VT100 terminal emulator).
- Do you know if I can configure a different number of rows for ssh-relay?

Thanks in advance.

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If using the ssh client that launches from MyAccess / User Console (java client), then I suggest trying out any other ssh client you prefer and connect through PAM sshrelay. Otherwise, if target server is expecting a telnet connection, then PAM 3.5+ supports this via sshrelay.

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