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Host Tab

Configure the Host tab of the Host Profile before configuring the TermProxy 1 tab.

The following table describes the configuration options for the Host tab.

Configuration Option

Description

Name

Enter the name of the Telnet host profile.

Type

Select the type of emulation.

Address

Enter the IP address of the Telnet host.

Port

Enter the port of the Telnet host.

Only use TermProxy connections

Enable this option if you want to use ConnectPro connections only. This prevents direct connections to the target host.

This option disables the Use SSL/TLS encryption option for the Telnet host, but not for ConnectPro.

Use SSL/TLS encryption

Enable this option if you want to use SSL/TLS to encrypt the data between the mobile device and the Telnet Host. If you enable this option, the Only use TermProxy connections and Use SSH encryption options will disable.

For more information, see Using SSL/TLS with ConnectPro.

Verify server certificates

Enable this option if you want to use verification certificates.

The Use SSL/TLS encryption must be enabled for this option to be active.

Clients use certificates to verify that they are communicating with the correct server. SSL/TLS verification requires a local certificate chain (root certificate and intermediate certificates if any) on the mobile device.

Select Verification Certificates

This allows you to create or select verification certificates.

The Verify server certificates option must be enabled for this option to be active.

Use SSH encryption

Enable this option if you want to use SSH to encrypt the data between ConnectPro and the host. If you enable this option, the Use SSL/TLS encryption option will disable.

Tunnel Telnet using SSH Local Port Forwarding

Enable this option if you want to connect to a standard Telnet by tunneling through a SSH server. This feature is optional unless you are using IBM emulation.

Address

Enter the IP address of the SSH host that will perform the tunneling.

Port

Enter the port of the SSH host that will perform the tunneling.


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