Multi-session feature keeps multiple connections within a
single Xshell window and lets you switch between sessions by
using either Session tab or Session bar. A new
Session tab is added when a new connection is made and
Session tab is removed when the connection is closed.
box. Click the
Advanced tab. In the
Options area, select Open multiple sessions in
a single Xshell window check box. Click
OK to implement the change.
Open on the Session bar, and then click
RESULT: Sessions dialog box opens
up. Select a session from the list.
Note: You can also follow the instruction of Connecting without a session or Connecting with a session to create a new
connection. To create a new connection using command in local shell:
To open a local shell tab, on the
Session tab, double
click on empty space or click the Session bar icon, and then
select Local Shell.
On the command prompt, use ssh, telnet or sftp commands to
connect to the remote hosts. To view the command line user guide,
To switch between sessions, do one of the following:
Session tab. Click the name of a session in the
Session bar. Use Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+Shift+Tab. Alt+Session number
Standard Buttons toolbar, click the New
RESULT: A new Xshell window opens up and tries making
connection with the session information used in the parent