TigerTerm HA Client Server delivers the power & accuracy of TigerTerm terminal emulation for connecting web browsers & thin clients to IBM, UNIX, HP & LINUX/ UNIX hosts, featuring centralised administration/installation and a programmable web client
Version: 5.1TigerTerm HA Client Server delivers the power and accuracy of TigerTerm host connectivity to web browsers and thin clients, with centralised administration and installation.
License: Free To Try $105.00
Operating System: Windows
TigerTerm HA Client Server includes a central administration centre, a thin client and a web client. TigerTerm HA Web Client makes it simple to access host applications from within a browser avoiding the need to install software on each PC. The Web Client is an ActiveX/OCX control which can be downloaded on demand from a web-server.
TigerTerm HA Thin Client is a fast compact client that runs on both PCs and thin clients. It needs minimal setup by obtaining connection and setup information from the TigerTerm HA Server. The TigerTerm HA Thin Client combines the traditional TigerTerm strengths of accurate and robust terminal emulation with the benefits of centralised configuration, setup and management.
TigerTerm HA Web Server supports VT, Wyse, ANSI, HP, IBM 31x1, 3270 and 5250 terminal types connecting over TCP/IP, modem, serial and Secure Shell (SSH) to IBM, UNIX, LINUX, VMS and IBM hosts.
Because TigerTerm HA Client Server is installed centrally on a server, it makes setup and management of users easy. All configuration including keyboard mapping, terminal configuration and general setup is performed centrally and is then automatically available to clients.
The administrator can set up multiple connections for users to select, each of which contains a host, terminal and keyboard setup. Changes and amendments made to the central definitions are then available to all clients without the need for time-consuming updates to each PC.
Each session can be setup to disallow access to specified menu items, preventing the dangers of users experimenting with setup and causing support headaches.