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Topic # 5658 15-Nov-2005 17:48
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As per subject... is there anything as good as PuTTY for WM5?

PocketPuTTY is a bit too crashy, being pre-alpha.





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Reply # 23951 28-Nov-2005 02:26

juha: As per subject... is there anything as good as PuTTY for WM5?

PocketPuTTY is a bit too crashy, being pre-alpha.



You might try PockeTTY... I can't say if it would work on a WM 5 device or not. It does work on my iPAQ 5555 and port forwarding works just fine. Unfortunately it does not support private/public key pairs for authentication versus a password (strong or otherwise).

http://www.dejavusoftware.com/pocketty/

Otherwise you could look at this client...Unfortunately I can't tell if it supports SSH2 and port forwarding or not...

http://www.movsoftware.com/products/sshce/sshce.htm

The bottom line, at least for me, is I have not found a PocketPC SSH client that supports...

1. SSH2
2. Port Forwarding

...AND...

3. Private/public key pairs for authentication

Some do 1 and 2 but none do 3, AFAIK...

As always, YMMV...

Good luck...

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