Scott Klement wrote:

> SSL Telnet is, more or less, a separate service running on the iSeries.
> Running SSL Telnet won't prevent the use of normal Telnet.  They can run
> at the same time without any conflicts.

<plug>The TN5250e client we developed at Touchtone, as part of our
ThinView and Wintouch products, supports Secured Telnet. At present, it
is only available as part of these products, and requires an initial
connection through the product's own port to whatever system the
Wintouch or ThinView server is installed and licensed on, but once the
emulator has been launched, it is not limited to only that one host, and
can indeed open a terminal emulation session on any "reachable" AS/400
with an active Telnet or Secured Telnet port.</plug>

We use Secured Telnet not only within our own network, but also for
troubleshooting customer problems. The next-best-thing to a real
terminal. 

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