TermProxy Tabs

You may configure up to three ConnectPro / TermProxy connections. Use the TermProxy tabs to specify the parameters of the ConnectPro / TermProxy connection.

The following list describes the configurable options in the TermProxy tab:

TermProxy Server

Select the ConnectPro or TermProxy server to which the TE Client will connect.

Possible Values:

None. Specifies no TermProxy or alternate host is used.

Version 2.x. Specifies TermProxy 2.x. TermProxy 2.x will accept connections from any TE Client.

Version 3.x. Specifies TermProxy 3.x. TermProxy 3.x will only accept connections from 5.x (or greater) TE Clients.

Version 4.x. Specifies TermProxy 4.x or ConnectPro.

Alternate Telnet Host. Specifies an alternate host system for failover purposes.

Address

Indicates the IP address of the proxy server or alternate host system.

Port

Indicates the TCP listening port of the proxy server or alternate host system.

Terminate TermProxy Session

Indicates when the ConnectPro or TermProxy server should terminate the connection to the host.

Possible Values:

Never. The proxy server never terminates the session established with the host. The Client is responsible for terminating the session.

On Network Error. The proxy server terminates the session with the host when a network error occurs, such as a loss of network connectivity.

On Session Exit. The proxy server terminates the session with the host when the session is terminated by the Client.

Always. The proxy server will terminate the session with the host on a network error or when the session is terminated.

Client Reconnects if Unexpectedly Disconnected

Indicates if the Client will attempt to reconnect if the session with the proxy server is lost and the Client has not received a disconnect message from the proxy server.

Reconnect String

Specifies the reconnect string that the mobile device should use when connecting to the host. (You may also configure reconnect strings in TermProxy or ConnectPro.)

Use SSL/TLS Encryption

Specifies whether the TE Client should use SSL/TLS to connect to the proxy server or alternate Telnet host. (TermProxy 2.x does not support SSL/TLS connections.)

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 Custom encryption

Enable the Use Custom encryption option to encrypt data between the mobile device and the TermProxy/ConnectPro server.

Key

Once you enable the Use Custom encryption option, the Key text box is active. Type the password specified in the TermProxy/ConnectPro configuration in the text box.

 


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