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    Does anyone know if telnet clients for the Treo such as Mocha can connect via a GPRS connection. I've done a search and seen discussion about how people are using them to connect via cable. The readme documentation for Mocha mentions that it must have PPP access via a modem or a cable. I'm not sure what that means for the Treo. If I'm connected to the internet via GPRS would I be able to telnet using these clients?
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    go get pssh.
    SSH is preferable to telnet anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultip
    Does anyone know if telnet clients for the Treo such as Mocha can connect via a GPRS connection. I've done a search and seen discussion about how people are using them to connect via cable. The readme documentation for Mocha mentions that it must have PPP access via a modem or a cable. I'm not sure what that means for the Treo. If I'm connected to the internet via GPRS would I be able to telnet using these clients?
    I use Mocha Telnet to SSH into my Linux box. It works great! I use it as a secure terminal to get into the backbone routers at my work. I haven't tried it yet, but I plan to get a VPN client, and try to set it up so I can telnet directly from the T650. I figure I can VPN in to the management box, and telnet (via TACACS) directly into the routers. The T650 has completely eliminated my need to carry a laptop and try to find a hot spot when I travel.
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    I highly recommend TuSSH...
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    Both TuSSH and pssh work very well and provide secure communications. I find that I usually use pssh - seems a bit easier to use and I like the display better. Both are excellent secure telnet programs - and freeware, to boot.
    Shneor
    Pre 3 on T-Mobile, 32gb Touchpad
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    Quote Originally Posted by shneor
    Both TuSSH and pssh work very well and provide secure communications. I find that I usually use pssh - seems a bit easier to use and I like the display better. Both are excellent secure telnet programs - and freeware, to boot.
    I tried both of these, and I actually like TuSSH, but I still need a basic telnet client to connect to my routers at work (We use TACACS for authentication, so encryption is not an issue.). MochaTelnet Does both.

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