Host Tab

Use the Host tab in the Host Profiles dialog box to configure the basic settings of the host profile. The options may vary depending on the type of emulation you have selected.

Configuring Host Settings

The following list describes the options and configurable parameters in the Host tab.

Name

The name of the host profile, which should be synonymous with the name (alias) of the host system to which the mobile device connects when the host profile is used.

Possible Values: 1 - 50 alpha-numeric characters

Type

The type of emulation that the mobile device uses when connected to the host system.

Address

The IP address or host name of the host system to which the mobile device will connect.

Port

The TCP port number on which the host system is listening for emulation requests from Clients.

Only Use TermProxy Connections

Indicates whether the TE Client should only connect to the host through a TermProxy or ConnectPro server. If you enable this checkbox, you must configure the host information (name, IP address, emulation type, and port) and you must also configure the TermProxy 1 tab.

Use SSL/TLS Encryption

Indicates whether the TE Client should use SSL/TLS to connect to the host system. When you enable SSL/TLS, the port will automatically change to 992.

Verify Server Certificates

Indicates whether the TE Client should use certificate verification before allowing a connection to the host. If you enable certificate verification, click Select Verification Certificates to use the Certificate Manager to import trusted server certificates and/or create your own certificates.

Select Verification Certificates

Click this button to access the Certificate Manager, which allows you to import trusted server certificates and/or create your own server certificates for SSL/TLS certificate verification.

Use SSH encryption

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

Terminal Emulation supports both SSH1 and SSH2.

Tunnel Telnet using SSH Local Port Forwarding

Enable this option if you want to use a Telnet connection tunneling through a SSH server.

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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