A robust and feature-rich terminal emulator designed for 3270 and 5250 mainframes, allowing FTP file transfers and macro recording.
- Version : 5.21 Build 006
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :DN-Computing
Quick3270 is a reliable terminal emulator for 3270 and 5250 mainframes, simulating the functions of such terminals on a Windows computer, in order to allow the access to mainframe-based applications.
Providing support for multiple simultaneous connections, this application facilitates the connection between your PC and zSeries or iSeries stations.
Connect to IBM terminals, SNA servers, UNIX, Linux and OpenVMS
Quick3270 can connect to various display models of IBM terminals, also allowing display size customization. It is compatible with both vector graphics and programmed symbols, supports emulation with graphics, establishing connections via the IPv4 or IPv6 protocol.
Aside from TN3270 and TN5250, it also allows Microsoft Host Integration Server connections, linking your computer to a SNA server and providing compatibility with Windows Terminal Server and Citrix XenApp. Furthermore, it allows remote connections to Unix, Linux and OpenVMS workstations.
FTP transfers and macro recording to automate tasks
Thanks to the integrated emulator APIs, applications on your PC can interact directly with a remote host via the terminal emulator. It supports both the standard and the enhanced EHLLAPI interface, as well as the Windows High Level Language API.
In order to ease the data transfer between your computer and the remote host, Quick3270 features IND$FILE transfers and FTP support. The integrated macro recorder can significantly ease your work, since you can easily automate routine operations and launch macros created with IBM Personal Communications or Attachmate Extra. Furthermore, you can easily control Quick3270 via its COM interface.
A robust emulator for 3270 and 5250 terminals
Providing a rich feature set for advanced users, Quick3270 is a good alternative if you are looking for a solid terminal emulator. It facilitates connections to 3270 and 5250 mainframes, allowing you to run multiple concurrent sessions and granting you full control over the connection settings.