VT Document Settings Dialog Box
How do I get to this dialog box?
Open the Create New Document dialog box.
The steps depend on your user interface mode.
User Interface Mode Steps Ribbon or Reflection Browser From the Quick Access Toolbar, click the New Document button. TouchUx Tap the Folder icon and then under File, select New.
From the Create New Document dialog box, select a VT terminal session, and then click Create.
|Telnet||Select to use your PC as a virtual terminal over a TCP/IP connection. When Telnet is the selected protocol, you can configure secure connections using SSL/TLS.|
|Secure Shell||Select for secure, encrypted communications between a trusted host and your PC over an insecure network. When you select Secure Shell, all connections between your PC and the remote host(s) are encrypted, protecting the data sent between these machines.|
|Rlogin||Select to use your PC as a virtual terminal over a TCP/IP connection.|
|Enter Host (or System) Name or IP Address||Identify the host to which you will connect. Type the host name, alias, or numeric IP address.|
|Note: Both IPv4 addresses (in the form 127.0.0.1) and IPv6 addresses (in the form 2001:0db8:3c4d:0015:0000:0000:abcd:ef12) are accepted.|
|Port||Type the host port or socket number that the session should use. This field accepts any number between 0 and 66,535 (default = 23).|
|User Name||Type a name that identifies you or your PC to the host. This option is enabled only for Secure Shell or Rlogin connections.|
|SSH configuration||Type a descriptive name to label these connection settings, making them available for use with other sessions. If you leave this field blank, and make changes to any secure shell configuration, Reflection saves the configuration scheme using the value from the Host name/IP address field.|
|Terminal Type||Select the terminal to emulate. This specifies the codes generated by the numeric keypad, the interpretation of control functions, and the response to terminal identification requests. (Values under Terminal automatically reset when you choose a terminal type.)|
|Support graphics||Select to support the Tektronix 401x terminal type or the Remote Graphics Instruction Set (ReGIS) by DEC. REGIS includes the following features: up to 16 colors, shading with selected patterns and polygon fill, rubberband cursors, rotated and italicized characters, mouse support, and a scaled graphic showing the complete ReGIS screen (800x480 pixels) on the physical display.|
|Keyboard map||Specify the keyboard map to use with this session.|
|Configure additional settings||Select to open a page from which you can customize host connection, terminal configuration, and other settings for this session. When selected, the session does not auto-connect. This allows you to modify settings before connecting to the session.|