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As a non-BB user planning to purchase a Cingular 7290 this week, can anyone confirm that one of the available SSH clients will work in this configuration. I will be using a BES server.

Also, what is the speed like using SSH over cingular?

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Old 01-13-2005, 08:16 PM   #11 (permalink)
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If you have bes, you will have access to SSH.

You can choose from any of the pay clients ($199 and up) or use the open source free version (google: midpssh!)

Just go for it, you won't have any problems.
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Old 01-14-2005, 10:28 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I have MidpSSH on my 7290, and it seems to work on Cingular. I haven't used it enought to know how useful it will be. I think for occasional use it will work, but it's most likely going to seem slow.
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Well I currently use a laptop connected to my cell phone on the Verizon network. It is not fast, but is workable for ssh access. I am hoping a blackberry can perform as well for the times when a laptop is not feasable.
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I have used my Blackberry to stop and start services. Of course, it's much easier to do it from a laptop, but for times like you mentioned where a laptop is not available I think SSH over a BB works well.
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If you are a student, Idokorro is only $19.95. Just so you know.
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Thank you dozment. Just what I was wanting to know. Which SSH client do you use?
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You're welcome! Have fun!

I use MidpSSH. I think you can get it from http://www.xk72.com/midpssh/.

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You're welcome! Have fun!

I use MidpSSH. I think you can get it from http://www.xk72.com/midpssh/ .

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If you are a student, Idokorro is only $19.95. Just so you know.
I looked on their site but couldn't find anything about a student version, what do I have to do to prove that I am a student?
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I think that you have to contact them directly to inquire about the student version.
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