VT420 (including VT100, VT220, VT320) Telnet Terminal Emulator for Windows
An all-in-one VT100, VT220, VT320, VT420 Telnet Terminal Emulator
Distinct IntelliTerm for VT220 through VT420 is a Windows terminal emulator that allows you
to access data on diverse corporate information servers such as
UNIX and VAX systems, IBM mainframes and AS400 from a single
application. It includes full featured terminal emulation for
VT220 through VT420, TN3270 (Telnet 3270) and TN5250 (Telnet 5250).
Distinct IntelliTerm operates over the Telnet protocol running over TCP/IP,
an area in which Distinct is a market leader. Distinct IntelliTerm
integrates related utilities such as multi-connect FTP with SOCKS
firewall proxy support, print server support with LPD and 3287
printing support, substantially reducing your training and support cost.
Integration of legacy applications
In addition to the standard version of Intelliterm, Distinct also offers the Developer Edition.
The Distinct IntelliTerm Developer Edition is specifically designed to facilitate
Windows and legacy system integration by software developers, system integrators and software administrators who need
to either automate user operations when connected to TN-3270, TN-5250 or VT-420 hosts or
to simplify interaction of Windows applications with legacy applications.
View product documentation for IntelliTerm,
Terminal Emulator for
vt220 and vt420
(click here for PDF*).
Also available in French*, German*, Italian*, Portuguese*, and Spanish*.
Download the trial version of IntelliTerm, today!
DEC User Guides
It's easy to see if IntelliTerm is every bit as good as we say it is. Simply download the trial version of the Developer Edition if you need to add terminal-emulation features such as screen scraping to your application.
Download the trial version of the Standard Edition otherwise.
Want to know more about the range of video terminals
produced by DEC and what a real VT320 terminal looks like?
Visit VT100.net. It includes a lot of old hard-to-find
User Guides about these old DEC terminals.