This is a tool that helps you to set up remote consoles in Linux environment.
SecureCRT gives you terminal emulation, file transfer, and data tunneling combined with strong encryption, authentication, and data integrity of the Secure Shell protocol. If you have a Linux machine, here is an alternative for implementing terminal emulation to machines with UNIX, Linux, or VMS from machines running Windows, Linux, and Mac. The terminal emulator will emulate well known terminal protocols of VT100/102/220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console. Telnet replacement or a session management tool or or a remote access tool are the areas where this tool could be used easily. There is no need for installing clients in the remote machine. No configuring activity is called for either. Access your full array of network devices from one client with SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, and serial protocols.
The interface is quite intuitive and simple to use. A large display area is set aside to show what is going on. Much like you have a large display area in a CRT console connected to a computer. The controls are easily accessible and the meanings are clear to most computer aware people who populate the IT departments anywhere. A multi-session tabbed interface includes extensive session management. Customizing named sessions and firewalls, toolbars, menus, fonts, cursors, and color schemes are possible quite easily. The tool will support Python scripting making automation of tasks possible. Mapped keys and a button bar for repeated commands are available. You transfer files securely through SFTP, Zmodem, Xmodem, or Ymodem from an SSH1 or SSH2 session. Uploading is simple drag & drop to a SFTP tab. This is a very good product. If there is a need, this could be a good option for you to consider.