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Synchronized Input to Multiple Terminals

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Synchronized Input to Multiple Terminals System administrators frequently have to work with multiple remote hosts and te...

Synchronized Input to Multiple Terminals

System administrators frequently have to work with multiple remote hosts and tediously perform repetitive tasks over and over. With the synchronized input feature, what you type can be simultaneously sent across multiple selected terminals. Used in conjunction with split pane windows, you can see the results immediately on these selected terminals. Not only can you send all key inputs but you can also send key combinations and function keys, not just the text strings. This allows for efficient and full control over your multiple terminal sessions.



Send Frequently Used Commands and Strings Using Quick Commands

Quick Commands lets you assign frequently used commands or strings into buttons. Oftentimes, users have to retype the same string repeatedly. Quick Command saves time by letting you send these repetitive strings with just click of a button. Group these Quick buttons into sets and apply them to your desired sessions separately.



Control Xshell Using the Local Shell Interface

Xshell’s Local Shell lets you control Xshell without having to take your hands off the keyboard. Establish SSH/TELNET/RLOGIN/SFTP connections, create new sessions, open existing sessions, etc. Local Shell also provides network utilities such as ping, iptrace, and netstat all directly within Xshell.



User Defined Key Mapping

Terminal keys and file menus can be mapped to a user’s preferred keys, and you can even map a key to start an application or to start scripting. Customize how your keyboard behaves in Xshell for peak efficiency.



Powerful Automation With Script

Automate tedious and repetitive tasks with script. Xshell 6 supports VB and JScript. Easily execute and record script with built-in tools.



Prevent Unauthorized Access with Automatic Terminal Lock

When you leave your desk but keep a terminal open, anyone passing by can be granted full access to the remote server, and all data in the server can be jeopardized. Xshell’s automatic terminal lock feature prevents unwanted users from accessing the terminal session and makes any manipulation to Xshell impossible.


Edit Terminal Contents With a User Defined Text Editor

With Xshell 6, you can quickly open the terminal contents with a user defined 3rd party text editor. Users can configure Xshell to use an external text editor such as Sublime or Visual Studio to edit the terminal contents allowing for a smoother integration with the your workflow.



Launch X Applications Through an SSH Tunnel (X11 Forwarding)

Xshell can interoperate with Xmanager to launch X11 applications through an SSH tunnel. This is a secure and reliable way to use applications in the remote servers, and is preferred over TELNET and other protocols. If your PC is located in a NAT network, SSH can launch X applications without having to reconfigure your network.


New Search Web for Selected Text

Any selected string within Xshell 6's terminal can immediately be searched on the web using a user defined search engine.


New Various Bell/Alarm Options

When monitoring a remote server, users set alerts to notify them of any changes, errors, etc. Using only string based alerts may not be enough to engage the user. Xshell 6's bell options provide a variety of sounds and screen effects to ensure users are properly alerted of any changes.

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