Configuring Telnet Negotiation Strings for VT Emulation

A Telnet negotiation string is used to identify a mobile device to a host system and to present a Client with the appropriate emulation options. Because Telnet negotiation strings are host-specific, they are configured in the Host Profiles dialog box. Telnet negotiation strings are specific to VT/HP emulation types.

To configure a Telnet negotiation string:

1  Access the Host Profiles dialog box.

2  From the list of host profiles in the Host Profiles dialog box, select the host for which you want to configure the Telnet negotiation string.

3  Ensure that you have selected a VT- or HP-type emulation from the Type drop-down list in the Host tab of the Host Profiles dialog box.

4  In the Host Profiles dialog box, select the VT Settings tab.

5  In the Telnet Negotiation String text box, configure the Telnet negotiation string that the mobile device should use when connecting to the host system.

6  Click OK.

7  Download the new configuration to the mobile device.

 


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