@epifn Term.

These days, on Amiga, I'm almost always using Term, unless I'm calling a PETSCII/C64 BBS, in which case I'll be using 64 Door.

@paradroyd ok, good to know. I usually go with DCTelnet.

@epifn I'm usually using one of the serial ports, but when I actually use telnet (over the X-surf) I usually just use the AmiTCP telnet client.

@paradroyd I ran a FidoNET BBS on my Amiga 4000 for several years. The BBS software was DLG Pro, and the FidoNET node was running on TrapDoor.

@paradroyd I was also using that same Amiga for coding while users were logging in all daylong, sometimes resulting in a guru meditation with consequent loss of the user sessions.

Good times, I learnt a lot of sysadmin and networking skills from AmigaOS.

@codewiz Same here. It definitely gave me a head start into FreeBSD Unix, and later into Linux.

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