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TinyTERM AX for Web Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What are the system requirements for TinyTERM AX for Web?

A: Server OS: UNIX, Linux, Microsoft Windows 2003, Microsoft Windows 2008 or another server OS
Web server software: Apache, Microsoft IIS, Nginx or other Web server

Client OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10
Client browser: Internet Explorer version 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11



Q: What connection types are supported in TinyTERM AX for Web?

A: TinyTERM AX supports SSL/TLS, SSH and telnet connections to IBM and UNIX hosts.



Q: Which terminal emulations does TinyTERM AX include?

A: There are 21 different emulations available in TinyTERM AX UNIX for Web:

ADM1 IBM3101 PCTERM TV912 VT100 VT320 WYSE50
ANSI IBM3151 SCOANSI TV925 VT220 VT320-7 WYSE60
AT386 Linux console TTY TV950 VT220-7 VT420 WYSE60-25

TinyTERM AX 3270 for Web includes four different terminal types:

IBM 3278-2
IBM 3278-3
IBM 3278-4
IBM 3278-5

TinyTERM AX 5250 for Web includes two different terminal types:

IBM 3179-2
IBM 3477-FC


Q: Is TinyTERM AX licensed per Web server?

A: TinyTERM AX for Web is licensed per user, counting the total number of users able to access a host.



Q: Which browsers will TinyTERM run in?

A: TinyTERM AX for Web requires Microsoft Internet Explorer version 7 or higher. It runs as an ActiveX control, which other browsers do not support.



Q: Does each user need their own license and tinyterm.html file?

A: All users can connect and run from a single tinyterm.html file with a multi-user license. If the server address is hard-coded in the HTML file, then each server needs a separate HTML file.


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