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The Amiga Telnet/SSH Client
Screen shot: Server phonebook
(Server phonebook)

Screen shot: Connected

Screen shot: Not connected
(Not connected)

Telnet is the underlying TCP/IP protocol used whenever you are computers across the Internet. Browsing the web or using an FTP client (such as mFTP) allows you to request specific files from remote computers, but not to actually be logged on as a user of that computer. With AmTelnet II, you can log on as a regular user with whatever privileges granted you to use the specific applications and data on that computer. This is usually the case with Unix shell servers.

As system security becomes more of a concern worldwide, the newer standard of SSH (Secure SHell) emerged. SSH encrypts the data which usually is transmitted from server to client as cleartext. Until now, the only way to use SSH to securely access remote computers on the Amiga was to use a port of the Unix client. Now, however, AmTelnet II provides this functionality.

Please remember, AmTelnet II is shareware. If you use it, please register the software and help support Amiga software development.

Download AmTelnet II now.

There is an AmTelnet Mailing List run by VaporWare for users to discuss the software. Please feel free to sign up for it, your question may be answered there.

  • Workbench 2.x
  • MUI 3.x
  • AmiTCP or compatible TCP/IP stack
    Genesis, Miami, AS225rs, INET, MLink, TIA, SLiRP
  • SSHv1 Support
  • VT100, ANSI, TTY emulation
  • Full ANSI X3.64 1979 & DEC VT100
  • Supports XPR z, y & x modem libraries
  • Easy to use interface
  • Fast output speed
  • Resizeable telnet window
  • 'Phonebook' of favourite sites
  • Dynamic scrollback buffer
  • Copy & Paste clipboard

AmTelnet Mailinglist: Archive Subscribe · AmTelnet FAQ

Other AmTelnet related resources: (suggest a link)
SSH Users Group  PenguiNet
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