RealTerm is a multifunctional TCP terminal that can be used to capture and debug data, as well as to save a log file for further analysis. By using the program, network administrators can access data streams such as binary. But support for BBS and Dial Up modems in RealTerm is not provided. Ensure that you select a terminal that has this information in mind.
A graphical shell of the application provides information with ease; both the upper and lower sections are selected for various parameters of data to be displayed at once. We have a lot of them here in the city. It allows you to switch between binary code, bytes, serial code, ax, or unit 16 att 16 att4, INT8, and has the capability of utilizing encodings (i.e.g., ASCII+Hex). In addition to the ports, software/hardware and protocol parameters, a digital connection manager is available on this lower panel.
The terminal allows you to assign a time stamp at the beginning of each data line when saving the text file for the report. It also enables you to specify the path on which the file should be saved. RealTerm supports hotkeys, one of its "conveniences". Using this feature, massive amounts of data can be processed quickly.
This program is intuitive and relatively easy to use, however, it is not suitable for beginners despite its general intuitiveness. Networks Administrator, such as Microsoft Office Manager, are exclusively targets by RealTerm.
- Tools are useful for capturing and ion data;
- In order to analyse the resulting log file (TXT), the log file (TXT) must be saved.
- There are numerous kinds of coding support. These include ANSI, ASCII, INT8, HEX, NIBBLE, FLOAT4, UNIT8, and binary code.
- The beginning of every report line needs to be marked with time stamp.
- Control parameters for hardware, software, and protocols;
- hotkey support;
- port management.