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Running Telnet_SSH with Command Line Parameters


The 'host' parameter

You can launch Telnet_SSH with the 'host' command line parameter to avoid interactive input of it. 'Host' may be either a host name or IP address for the remote machine you want to connect to.

Examples:

PATH\Telnet_s.exe u2-1

PATH\Telnet_s.exe 192.168.136.223

where PATH indicates your SSHPro home directory.


The 'xini' parameter

You can launch Telnet_SSH with the 'xini' command line parameter:

PATH\Telnet_s.exe -xini <IniFilePath>

where <IniFilePath> specifies a full path to a specific ini-file.

This feature allows you to run several Telnet_SSH sessions each with its own xwp.ini file (i.e. settings).

In order to do so, you can create a new Telnet_SSH shortcut (e.g., in the SSHPro Programs' folder) and fill in the Target field in Properties of it with the command. For example, the Target field in Properties of the Telnet_SSH shortcut might contain the following line:

"PATH\Telnet_s.exe" -xini myxwp1.ini

By default, the field contains a call of Telnet_SSH with no arguments, and the xwp.ini file will be used in this case.

To create your specific ini-file, you can copy the xwp.ini file and then change required parameters with the Telnet_SSH utility by starting it with the command line parameter.


The 'trace' parameter

You can launch Telnet_SSH with the 'trace' command line parameter

PATH\Telnet_s.exe -trace

to collect debug information in the telnet_s.out file in the home directory.


The 'ssh1' and 'ssh2' parameters

You can launch Telnet_SSH with the 'ssh1' or 'ssh2' command line parameter

PATH\Telnet_s.exe –ssh1
or
PATH\Telnet_s.exe –ssh2

to run it using the SSH1 or SSH2 protocol mode respectively over an insecure channel to provide secure communications between your PC and the remote server.


The 'lxdn' parameter

The "-lxdn [<DisplayNumber>]" command line parameter is used to set up the DISPLAY session environment variable if a remote daemon supports it. This provides correct X11-forwarding (if set).

The "-lxdn" option means looking up running XServer (i.e., Telnet_SSH understands the local XServer's "DynamicDisplayNumber" mode and correctly looks up running XServer).


The 'mout' parameter

The "-mout [<outputfile>]" command line option is used to provide a "readable" text-tracing to the "outputfile" log-file for your session.


The 'log' parameter

The "-log <LogLevel>" option is used to set up the level of tracing (0..7).

Also, you can set up SSH-tracing by adding the "LogLevel=7" line in the "[tSSH2Pro]" section of the tsspro.ini file.


The 'prof' parameter

With the "-prof profilename" command line option, you can initialize a session that will first read in the profile specified and then use its data for the session.






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