Terminal sessions may display any status icons in the upper right corner of the session data window when needed.
You can hover over the status icon to display a tooltip with additional information or click the icon to disable to display more options for the feature.
The listing below are the available status icons.
|Pause||Pause incoming/received data from being rendered to the screen.|
(While enabled all incoming data from the connected session is ignored and not rendered to the screen.)
Click this icon to resume rendering incoming data.
This icon is displayed when the serial pass mode is enabled.
|Local Echo||This icon is displayed when the session's local echo feature is enabled. |
Click the icon to disable the local echo feature.
This icon is displayed when the session data is being actively logged to a file.
|Rebooting||This icon is displayed when the session's connection is in a reboot sequence.|
Click the icon to stop the reboot sequence.
|Line Tracking||This icon is displayed when the cursor is placed in the data window on a line of data and the session is not longer actively tracking (scrolling) to newly received data. |
Click the icon to jump to the newest data line and resume line tracking. (auto-scrolling)
|Outbound Data Buffering|
This icon is displayed when outbound data is being buffered and transmitted to the connected session on a buffered basis.
This icon is displayed when a session is in the disconnected state and the auto-reconnect feature has been enabled.
|Keyboard Redirection||This icon is displayed in the Terminal Emulation view mode when the cursor is located inside the data window and keystrokes are being redirected directly to the connected terminal session.|
Click the icon to disable keyboard redirection.
|Broadcasting||This icon is displayed when the current session is configured to broadcast all its outbound command to all open and connected terminal sessions.|
Click the icon to disable command broadcasting.
|Client Connected||This icon is displayed when the current session is configured as a TCP server/listener and a remote TCP client is connected to the session.|
Click the icon to forcefully disconnect the TCP client.