You may run any command on the connected server.

E.g: ls, ping, df, etc.

We also support ASCII codes. For example, to run a Ctrl-C command, you need to send ^C as a text. Besides, there is a native support of control characters in ASCII and sending \x03 (\x + ASCII code number) will also trigger execution of Ctrl-C

List of Common Used Special Commands

Name of a command Keyboard shortcut Code
NULL ^@ \x00
START OF HEADING ^A \x01
START OF TEXT ^B \x02
END OF TEXT ^C \x03
END OF TRANSMISSION ^D \x04
ENQUIRY ^E \x05
ACKNOWLEDGE ^F \x06
BELL ^G \x07
BACKSPACE ^H \x08
CHARACTER TABULATION (horizontal tabulation) ^I \x09
LINE FEED ^J \x0A
LINE TABULATION (vertical tabulation) ^K \x0B
FORM FEED ^L \x0C
CARRIAGE RETURN ^M \x0D
SHIFT OUT (locking-shift one) ^N \x0E
SHIFT IN (locking-shift zero) ^O \x0F
DATA LINK ESCAPE ^P \x10
DEVICE CONTROL ONE ^Q \x11
DEVICE CONTROL TWO ^R \x12
DEVICE CONTROL THREE ^S \x13
DEVICE CONTROL FOUR ^T \x14
NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE ^U \x15
SYNCHRONOUS IDLE ^V \x16
END TRANSMISSION BLOCK ^W \x17
CANCEL ^X \x18
END OF MEDIUM ^Y \x19
SUBSTITUTE ^Z \x1A
ESCAPE ^[ \x1B
INFORMATION SEPARATOR FOUR (file separator) ^\ \x1C
INFORMATION SEPARATOR THREE (group separator) ^] \x1D
INFORMATION SEPARATOR TWO (record separator) ^^ \x1E
INFORMATION SEPARATOR ONE (unit separator) ^_ \x1F
DELETE ^? \x7F