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SecureCRT supports connections with a variety of protocols: SSH1, SSH2, Telnet,

Telnet/SSL , RLogin , and Serial. In addition, SecureCRT supports modem dialing


with the TAPI connection A data path or circuit between two computers over a pho
ne line, network cable, or other means. protocol. This section of the SecureCRT
help manual contains information on how to set up a session A session is a set o
f options that are assigned to a connection to a remote machine. These settings
and options are saved under a session name and allow the user to have different
preferences for different hosts. to connect with a remote machine using these pr
otocols.
SecureCRT allows you to personalize your settings and options and automatically
use them every time you establish a connection to a remote computer This is acco
mplished by creating a session that will store your personalized settings under
a session name.
Note: A session is a set of options and customized settings that are assigned to
a connection to a remote machine. These settings and options are saved under a
session name and allow you to have different preferences for different hosts.
SecureCRT provides two different methods for creating a session:
The Quick Connect dialog
The Connect dialog
You may find it useful to read an Overview of Connection Protocols before creati
ng or editing a session. If you have already created a session, you may want to
learn about Changing Session Options.