Advanced Telnet Settings in Client Definition
How do I get to this dialog box?
From the Administrative Console and X Manager
(Administrative Console only) Click the Domain Definitions tab.
Under X Clients on the left, select a client definition.
Set Connection Method to Telnet.
Click the Advanced button.
Use the settings in this dialog box to configure the string that precedes the command that launches the X client.
|The default port number is 23.
|Use alternate login sequence
|When cleared (the default), the default Telnet sequence is used for the selected host type; when selected, configure the strings for Telnet.
|Note: To reset the default login sequence, clear this check box.
|Specify one or more commands to use as the alternate sequence for starting the X client. This option is available only when Use alternate login sequence is selected.
|Prompt - Use a regular expression to specify the sequence preceding the response. Typically this is a username and password prompt.
|Response - Specify the response to send to the host when the corresponding prompt is detected. A carriage return is automatically appended to the prompt response you enter.
|Optional - Clear to have Reflection X fail the login attempt if the host prompt is not displayed; select to have Reflection X skip to the next line of the script if the host does not display the specified prompt Reflection X will send the response that corresponds to whichever prompt is recognized first.
|Command prompt - Use a regular expression to specify the expected host command prompt. This is the string that is used when the Prompt column in the main panel of the X Client Definition pane lists
|It is not necessary for a prompt string to be complete just enter as much of the latter part of the string as you need to differentiate it from the other prompts that Reflection X will see. For example, a single colon (:) is not a good prompt because it is used as the final character in too many different prompts (such as Login: and Password:).
|To specify multiple possible prompts at a particular point in the login script, separate the alternatives with a vertical bar (
|Prompt timeout - This timeout controls how long to wait for a host prompt to appear when executing the login and application commands. Each time a prompt is matched the timeout is reset.
|Use alternate xauth command
|Select this option to configure an alternate xauth command. The xauth command affects sessions in which Network Security > User-based authorization is enabled.
|Specify an alternate command to place an MIT cookie in the
.XAuthority file in the user's home directory.
|Macros are supported. For example, in the following command, %IP#% provides the IP address and display number, and %C% specifies MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 authorization and provides the required hex encoded authorization data.
xauth add %IP#% %C%
|This option is available only when Use alternate xauth command is selected.
|Never close connection
|Select to force the client starter to maintain the connection. When cleared (the default), the host connection closes after sending the X client command(s).