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IP Office Putty

IP Office Putty

IP Office Putty

Howdy all. I am attempting to connect to IP Office VIA Putty 0.78. I have the settings as 38400/8/1/none/none. Everything I fond says to set the emulation to VT100 or TTY. I am unable to find where to set the emulation. When I attempt to connect the window opens but the prompt is unresponsive. I have been banging my head against the wall with this. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

RE: IP Office Putty

set term=vt100

Yes, I Googled it.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: IP Office Putty

The question is where in the settings does that go. I know what the setting is supposed to be the issue is where to put it.

RE: IP Office Putty

  1. Command line, enter putty.
  2. Select Terminal | Keyboard.
  3. Select VT100+.
  4. Adjust any other values you want.
  5. Select Session.
  6. Enter a name in Saved Sessions.
  7. Click Save so you can reload the settings in future.
  8. Click Open.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

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