The Telnet terminal type setting in TinyTERM allows you to change the terminal type that the host sees announced in telnet connections. It also applies to SSH connections. In older versions of TinyTERM for Windows, it’s called the netterm setting.
Unlike TinyTERM, TERM for UNIX/Linux does not have a Telnet terminal type or netterm option. Century Software, Inc., has had a request to add this feature.
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