Browser based terminal clients

fTelnet is the world's best browser-based terminal client.

fTelnet was designed for use with Bulletin Board Systems.  Some of its features include:

  • Support for all modern browsers, both desktop and mobile
  • Great support for ansi-bbs emulation (SyncTerm may be the only client with better emulation)
  • Also supports Atari, Amiga and Commodore 64, although all three could use some polish
  • Excellent virtual keyboard (including arrow keys) for mobile users
  • Capable of Downloading and Uploading via the stream-oriented YModem-G protocol
  • 9 font sizes in CP437 mode: 6x8, 7x12, 8x8, 8x12, 8x13, 8x14, 9x16, 10x19, 12x23
  • 14 code pages supported (with limited font size support): 437, 737, 775, 850, 852, 855, 857, 860, 861, 862, 863, 865, 866, 869
  • Configurable screen modes (defaults to 80x25, can be anything you want)
  • Large scrollback buffer

Licensing Information

fTelnet is free for non-commercial use. The release archives may be freely re-distributed, provided that they remain in their original, un-modified state. The software itself may be incorporated into a larger project, provided the larger project is also free (for example, like Jamie Cameron did for Webmin). A link back to https://www.ftelnet.ca would be appreciated in such uses.

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