Indigo Terminal Emulator 2.0.84

Indigo Terminal Emulator 2.0.84

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Publisher: shadeBlue
License: Shareware
Size: 9.0 MB
Date added: 2007-11-27
Downloads: 4578
Downloads - Last week: 0
Price: $25.99
OS: Windows2003 , Windows2000 , Windows Vista Ultimate , Windows Vista Home Premium , Windows Vista Home Basic x64 , Windows Vista Home Basic , Windows Vista Enterprise , Windows Vista Business , WinXP
System Requirements: Not Established



Indigo is a powerful multi-window session based terminal communication software for telnet and serial communications. Indigo offers a comprehensive collection of tools and functions unmatched in competing terminal software. Indigo is a complete replacement for TELNET and HYPERTERMINAL supporting the following connection methods and communication protocols: TELNET, SERIAL (RS232), REXEC, RSH, RLOGIN, ECHO, DAYTIME, CHARGEN, RAW, SSH1, SSH2, and SSH AUTO. Indigo also includes a Data Converter feature that allows you to view the incoming data in multiple byte representation formats such as ASCII, DECIMAL, HEXADECIMAL, OCTAL, BINARY, or even a user-defined custom format.

Other features include an advanced data logging method to log session data over time and auto generate new log files based on file size or date changes, a command library that allows file based storage of commonly used command sets, an auto command repeater tool that enables you to send a repeated command or repeated list of commands to a terminal session at a user defined interval, hotkey accessible macro commands for quick access to frequently used command instructions, a custom data formatting tool that allows a customized representation of each data byte, syntax text coloring to make certain text detected in the session data stand out , a serial pass mode that allows the utilization of two com ports to preview the data being transferred between two devices, a scripting system that allows custom scripts to handle terminal data received from the connected session or for the scripting of commands to be sent to the connected session, and much more?



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