ZOC is a powerful emulator and telnet client known for its outstanding user interface. With the help of ZOC it is possible to get text access to the necessary hosts using telnet, modem, Secure Shell (SSH/SSH2), ISDN and most other means of communication. It can also be used to connect to Unix/Linux servers, BBS, universal computers like IBM (via TN3270 or TN5250) or the Internet.
The ZOC program has a great deal of functionality, including command line chronology, scrollback, multiple window support and much more, which makes it an ideal tool for people working with Unix and Windows platforms. With the help of the ZOC Linux program (Xterm), which supports highlighting, hotkeys and printing, the Linux administrator will feel as if he were working locally. ZOC supports vt102, vt220, and several types of ansi and Wyse, TVI, TN3270, TN5250, CDE Sun's. ZOC supports all file transfer protocols, including X-, Y-, Zmodem, Kermit Protocol and many others. All of this is available in a flexible and intuitive interface, which, unlike many other customers, has everything you can only dream of.
Also, the ZOC program is very easy and flexible to set up, and as any terminal supports many standard functions, such as buffering of typed commands. However, the program has a number of unique features, including a powerful scripting language and automatic start of actions based on printed text.
- Secure Shell (SSH V1/V2) with authentication, private key and port for faster tunneling;
- supports a connected modem via serial port and TAPI (Windows modem);
- ISDN via CAPI V2.0 (including X.25 and X.31 support);
- supports file transfer via Ascii, Xmodem, Ymodem, Zmodem, Kermit;
- ability to track data at the device level (user dump and binary mode);
- broadcasting inbound/outbound characters;
- Linux (Xterm) console (including UTF8, colors and keyboard).