Advanced Tab (More Settings Telnet Dialog Box)

The options are:

Session limits

Select the maximum number of sessions you want to allow for a Telnet connection.

Terminal default

Type a value to send as a backup to the Telnet server if the server requests this information, and doesn't recognize the current value set for Terminal type.

NOTE:During negotiations, some hosts that could successfully connect using your preferred terminal type skip over this value during negotiations and connect using the backup value specified by Terminal default. To correct this behavior, set Terminal default to an empty value ("").

Bind to local port

Select to choose a specific local port for Reflection to connect through to communicate with the host.

If this option is cleared, Reflection will use the next available port.

Local port

Specify a local port.

If this option is set to zero, Reflection uses the next available port.

Send LF after CR

A "true" Telnet host expects to see a CrNu (carriage return/null) character sequence to indicate the end of a line sent from a terminal (in this case, Reflection). There are some hosts on the Internet that are not true Telnet hosts, and they expect to see a Lf (line feed) character following the Cr at the end of a line. If you're connecting to this type of Telnet host, select this option.

Telnet location

(Optional) Type up to 41 characters of descriptive text to provide information about your session. For example, you might include your PC's location, computer name, or IP address.

This features uses the SEND-LOCATION option supported under Telnet connections (RFC779).

Reflection does not initiate a WILL SEND command unless you activate the Telnet location option by typing information in this box.