Pretty Good Terminal is much more than just another terminal emulation software.
It is a free, lightweight, scriptable and extensible .NET based network configuration utility designed to mass-configure networking devices, such as Cisco routers or switches.
PGT excels in its ability to connect to remote devices when direct, routed connection is not available, but jump servers/routers can form a path, hop-by-hop, towards the destination
It is very easy to generate a device script or create it in Excel and import it for execution. PGT's modular architecture also supports external class libraries for .NET languages to perform custom actions via a scriptable terminal interface.
As a development platform it can also be used as an SSH / Telnet library for applications. And all of this functionality is also provided through a chain of jump servers, not just for direct device connections.
For those being more familiar with VBS/WSH/PowerShell scripting, Pretty Good Terminal exposes its functionality through COM objects.
Since it was born as a solution to real life challenges, it has already proven its power and efficiency in production, Data Center environments and are tested on more than 50000 devices.
System Requirements: .Net 4.0 must be fully supported
Operating System Support: Win2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 10, WinServer, WinOther, WinVista, WinVista x64
Tags: terminal, telnet, ssh, scripting, automation, discovery