I simply registered for any devoted server at Alabanza (I have heard a great deal good about the subject!) plus they require that telnet access be by SSH telnet. They recommend Secure CRT, however i seem like I am already investing plenty for the time being :-) Could someone recommend any free SSH telnet client?
Thanks!

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Chuck Fox
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You might like to try http://www.net.lut.ac.uk/psst/ (actually, Alabanza gives this connect to new clients if they are searching for a totally free client). SecureCRT (a different one they recommend) is a reasonably good product, IMO, and well worth the hundred dollars. Additionally, there are OpenSSH at http://www.openssh.com/ (initially produced for BSD), that is free, and SSH secure spend at http://commerce.ssh.com/, which isn't.
For Win9x/NT
PuTTY looks very good for what it's (free!). The possible lack of support for this may push many people away, but it is small , fast.

There's another free gift for Win clients known as TTSSH (http://www.zip.com.au/~roca/ttssh.html), which requires using TeraTerm (another free gift).

For that Mac, there's http://www.lysator.liu.se/~jonasw/freeware.html NiftyTelnet, but that website isn't reacting at that time I am penning this.

And That I must accept Mike - SecureCRT is among the best clients I have run into, and worth the cost. They are doing possess a one month trial if you wish to view it (http://www.vandyke.com/items/securecrt/index.html).
Thanks, Annette. I forgot to mention I want a WIN98 client. The psst link brought me to PuTTy, any info whether that's good (for any free gift, that's)?

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Chuck Fox

http://cfoxhost.com
Talking about Telnets, I'm searching for one for that Mac which has SSH. http://www.net.lut.ac.uk/psst/ is no more available.

Thanks
I'm also searching for an SSH client for Home windows 95/98 for the similar reason.

I've got a free version of the spend client from ssh.com but it's SSH2 and Alabanza requires SSH1 apparently.

This is actually the one fault I've with Alabanza, if there have been a totally free SSH1 client for home windows available there would not be an issue, however i can't appear to locate one
Secure CRT is what you want. It's well worth the small investment.
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