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About the ZOC Terminal Emulator
ZOC is a powerful and well-established terminal emulator and telnet client and it is known for its configurability and outstanding user interface.

The purpose of the program is to let you access character based hosts using Secure Shell (SSH/SSH2), telnet, ISDN, RS232/serial and most other means of communication. It can be used to connect to Unix/Linux hosts and shell accounts, BBS's, IBM mainframes (via TN3270 or TN5250), internet muds or devices attached to the serial port of your computer.

ZOC features tabbed sessions and extensive functions like a typed command history, scrollback, multiple window support and others. This makes it the ideal tool for people who repeatedly need to access text based shell accounts from a Windows or Mac OS X platform. With ZOC's support for the Linux (Xterm) emulation, complete with 256 color support, meta-keys and local printing, Linux admins will feel as though they are sitting at their native consoles. Also, if you are working with the Cisco CLI this is your tool.

ZOC also supports Xterm, vt220 and several types of ansi as well as Wyse, TVI (Televideo), 3270, and Sun's CDE. ZOC also utilises all main file transfer protocols, including X-, Y- and Zmodem as well as Kermit and many others. All of which are offered in a flexible and intuitive interface that leaves absolutely nothing to be desired.

ZOC is also highly configurable. As well as the standard terminal features such as keyboard redefinition and scroll back buffer it also offers some more advanced and unique features including a powerful scripting language, and automatic triggering of actions based on received or typed text or a line trace feature.

 

ZOC Terminal Emulator Documentation
If you'd like to find out more about ZOC's capabilities, you can download downloading the free trial version, you can explore ZOC's online documentation here: zocenglish.pdf.

In addition to that, we have a collection of documents, e.g. about installation and scripting: other documents

 

Features of the ZOC Terminal
 
 User Interface
  • Tabbed sessions with overview screen to show thumbnails of all open sessions
  • "Colorful tabs" feature to tint user interface elements with different colors depending on which host is connected
  • Full keyboard remapping
  • Host directory (with folders and full option set for each entry and automatic login)
  • User button bar to map texts, scripts, phone book entries, external protocols and shell commands to buttons (incl. button assistant)
  • F-Macro keys for texts, scripts, phone book entries, external shell commands, etc.
  • Local typing (entry field with history e.g. to type commands)
  • Various logging and scroll back functions
  • Keyboard mode for bbs door programs (doorway mode)
  • Compatible with current Windows 8 and Mac OS Yosemity operating systems (more details below)
 
 Emulation
  • Full Xterm emulation with 256 colors and mouse support (e.g. for use with Midnight Commander)
  • Linux console-like (including UTF8, colors, full keyboard)
  • VT52, VT100, VT102, VT220 (complete implementation incl. print through, keyboard and ANSI colors)
  • TN3270 (models 3278 and 3279/E with line graphics, colors and full keyboard mapping)
  • TN5250 for IBM iSeries access
  • ANSI-BBS, ANSI-SCO, Avatar
  • Sun-CDE
  • Wyse 30, 50, 60
  • TVI 9xx (TVI 920, TVI 925, TVI 950)
  • QNX V4
  • ATT4410
  • TTY
  • All emulations support line graphics with any font
 
 Communication
  • Modern Secure Shell (based on OpenSSH 5.6) with public/private key authentication and port forwarding (tunneling)
  • Telnet (RFC-Telnet, pure TCP sockets, SSL-Telnet)
  • IPv6 support for SSH and Telnet
  • Modem via serial port and TAPI (Windows modem)
  • Direct serial console connections (local serial port or USB/serial adaptors like PL2303 or Keyspan)
  • Rlogin
  • ISDN via CAPI V2.0 (including X.25 and X.31 support)
  • File transfer via Ascii, Xmodem, Ymodem, Zmodem, Kermit, SCP, IND$FILE
  • Data trace on device level (user dump and binary mode)
  • Translation of inbound/outbound characters
 
 Automation
  • AutoLogin (recorded login procedures from the host directory)
  • REXX language for scripting (fully featured programming language with over 75 extensions to control the terminal emulator)
  • DDE support allows ZOC to act as a communication server (Windows)
  • AppleScript support with access to all internal script commands (Mac OS X)
  • AutoMacros (text/functions invoked by typing certain text)
  • AutoReplies (text/functions invoked by receiving certain text)
  • Functions and special escape sequences to automatically exeute local applications (NetTerm compatible)
 
 Miscellaneous
  • Version 6.xx runs on Windows 8/Windows 7/Vista/XP/2012/2008/2003/2000/NT4/9x/ME (x86/x64)
  • Version 6.xx is also available for Mac OS X (10.6 Snow Leopard to 10.10 Yosemity).
  • Older version (v6.30 - v6.40) are still available for PPC and Mac OS X versions before Snow Leopard
  • Version 4.xx also available for OS/2
  • Version 5.12 or later also run under Linux WINE
  • Low use of resources (5 MB disk space, runs well on anything upward from a Pentium II with 128 MB)
  • LAN installation (LAN licensing and shared installations)
  • Administrator friendly (can be preconfigured and/or functionally restricted)
  • Complete online documentation
  • Uninstall program
 
 

 



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