Raw TCP Server Connection Settings
The screenshot below depicts the RAW-TCP-Server connection configuration dialog and settings.
(For more information on other session property configuration tabs, please see Session Properties.)
The following RAW-TCP-Server configuration settings are available to properly setup your device connection and terminal session.
|Auto Connect||If this option is enabled, then the terminal session will attempt to establish a connection immediately when opened in Indigo.|
This field must contain the IP address or computer hostname on which the TCP server should host a listener socket.
This field must contain the IP port number on which the TCP server should host a listener socket.
|Display Sender Info|
If this option is enabled, then Indigo will include a sender's IP address and port on each packet of data received in the Standard Terminal View Mode.
Raw TCP Server Connected Client
When using an RAW-TCP-Server connection, and a client has successfully connected to the TCP socket server, Indigo will display a small connection icon in the upper right corner of the terminal session window.
You can hover of this icon when the mouse pointer to reveal a tooltip with the connect client's details.
You can click this icon to forcefully disconnect the client socket.
Raw TCP Server Connection Authentication Options
When using an RAW-TCP-Server connection, Indigo does not provide user authentication.