ZOC Terminal
ZOC Terminal
7.24.3

4.0

ZOC Terminal free download for Mac

ZOC Terminal

7.24.3
09 October 2019

Telnet/SSH/SSH2 client and terminal emulator.

Overview

ZOC Terminal is a Telnet/SSH/SSH2 client and terminal emulator. Featuring tabbed sessions, typed command history, scrollback, and multi-window support, ZOC Terminal's implemented emulations have made it the preferred tool for anyone who needs to access Unix shell accounts from a Windows or OS X platform.

Emulate widely-used or specialized terminals:

  • vt102
  • vt220
  • TN3270
  • TN5250
  • Wyse
  • TVI
  • Sun's CDE

Transfer files through major protocols:

  • X-, Y-, and Z-modem
  • Kermit
  • SCP

What's new in ZOC Terminal

Version 7.24.3:
Changed:
  • Transfer>Send-Text-File function now remembers file type choice (text files, all files, Windows only)
Fixed:
  • Reordering host directory sections sometimes resulted in incorrect order of sections (macOS only)
  • Disconnecting an ssh session during an in-terminal password prompt stalled the connection
  • Incorrect default G1/G2/G3 character sets in xterm emulation

11 ZOC Terminal Reviews

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Ssj152
09 May 2015

Most helpful

V6.x has been a nice product, has been reliable. I haven't upgraded to v7 yet but plan to after testing it..
Like (1)
Version 7.02.1
Ssj152
09 May 2015
V6.x has been a nice product, has been reliable. I haven't upgraded to v7 yet but plan to after testing it..
Like (1)
Version 7.02.1
Ssj152
09 May 2015
Upgrade to v7 from prior versions is $29 as shown on the EMTec Innovations web site (near the bottom of the page - see pricing for ZOC Terminal). http://www.emtec.com/order.html#licensecodes
Like (1)
Version 7.02.1
buckers72
06 June 2014
Fantastic and essential utility especially for Cisco CLI management. The developer was an absolute gent when I needed assistance. Highly recommended.
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Version 6.57
paq7512
08 January 2014
I let the developer know that their was an issue related to SSH, he assisted me in downgrading and that fixed it. A couple weeks later and the issue is fixed on this new current version. He has alway helpful and responds in a timely manner.
Like (1)
Version 6.53
gripmedia
17 April 2013
I guess everyone is spoiled with $1 apps for iOS. While it is pricey, this solves so many headaches for me it has been worth every penny. To not have the aggravations inherent to most command line tasks has been a godsend This is a great program and worth the investment.
Like (1)
Version 6.46e
1 answer(s)
mag01
mag01
07 October 2013
Well, I remember it from the OS/2 times (mid to late 1990s) and it's always been a good piece of software, however the current pricing is absolutely ridiculous. I don't remember how much it did cost in 1990s, but it didn't have any good competition at the time anyway so whatever the price was, you didn't have many other options. Now I can live with another alternatives (PuTTY/KiTTY at Windows, iTerm 2/Terminal at OS X) which are pretty good for their zero price.
Like (1)
Qurious
29 September 2012
I use the scripting a lot and also regularly connect to multiple servers at once, using the send-to-all in the local typing feature to do things to all of them at once. Recently had to connect to an arcane system that required a Wyse terminal and after searching the web for a terminal emulator for that, I found this one supported it too .. LOL. Admittedly it's not inexpensive, but after a moment of gritted teeth when paying I never regretted the investment.
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Version 6.43
salevajo
08 April 2012
Flexible terminal solution with several outstanding features. App with a long term history, e.g. there was a version for OS/2, too.
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Version 6.37
1 answer(s)
Ilsa
Ilsa
16 April 2013
There was! When I was running OS/2 way back when, this was THE terminal app. But even at 50% off I can't justify it when the command line ssh does me just fine.
Like (1)
lordsargon
06 July 2011
I am in and out of Juniper and Cisco equipment, as well as Unix boxes, all day long. ZOC has never failed me. I even use it for serial console connections when a piece of equipment won't allow SSH/Telnet connections. Is it expensive? If you think all Mac software should be $20, then I suppose it is. For me, the price is reasonable. ZOC isn't a game which will sell thousands of copies. The target audience is considerably smaller, so the price will be higher, as the publisher will sell far fewer copies. ZOC works flawlessly, day in and day out. It is worth every penny.
Like (3)
Version 6.31
Intelligentdna
26 April 2010
Let me give you a hint... in the preferences you cannot even set the font / size to what you want. It's a drop down menu with each font listed in a range of width x height (size), etc... in other words, Monaco is listed 23 time and only five monospaced fonts are available. In a day and age when we normally select ANY font we want in ANY size this is archaic and outrageously overpriced.
Like (1)
Version 6.22
1 answer(s)
Kaz219
Kaz219
04 February 2011
I agree that the price tag is a bit steep, but certainly not because of font issues. Are you kidding me? You think because it is a software for Mac it should look like an artwork with no regard what so ever for functionality? I love good looking interfaces, but I know how to put my priorities.
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Solefald
18 February 2010
I would be interested to see a person who pays $80 for a terminal...
Like (5)
Version 6.21
1 answer(s)
Cjbischoff
Cjbischoff
05 December 2010
For the right terminal program actually a lot of ppl will - http://www.vandyke.com/products/beta/securecrt/mac_osx.html
Like (4)
$79.99

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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