Connects to a new host or a serial port or a named pipe. Also, Replays a log file. If the connection is already open, opens a new Tera Term window.
myhost.example.com Host name only. myhost.example.com:23 Host name with a port number. foohost.example.org /F=FOOHOST.INI Host name & setup file name. /C=1 Specifies the serial port connection. /R=LOG.DAT Replays the log file. [2001:db8:1:2:8401:2ff:fe03:405] IPv6 address [fe80::8401:2ff:fe03:405%3]:8022 IPv6 address and Port number firstname.lastname@example.org:10022 /ssh SSH connection to a port number other than 22 ssh://email@example.com SSH connection to the SSH protocol(ssh://) \\.\pipe\vmware-serial-port Named pipe connectionThis edit control can support the Ctrl+a(Home key), Ctrl+e(End key), Ctrl+b(left-arrow), Ctrl+f(right-arrow), Ctrl+n(down-arrow), Ctrl+p(up-arrow), Ctrl+d(delete the character at point), Ctrl+k(kill the text from point to the end of the line) and Ctrl+u(kill backward from point to the beginning of the line).
Only if <telnet flag> is on and <TCP port#> is 23, Tera Term starts spontaneously sending telnet commands to the host for the option negotiation when the TCP/IP connection is established. In any cases, Tera Term can respond to telnet commands sent by the host.
Telnet port number / Terminal setup for non-telnet connection