I have many servers to manage and I don't want to use Terminal on my Mac to keep and manage server lists.
I want to know if there is a secure shell client for Mac similar to Secure CRT on Windows?
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I'm a great fan of ZOC Terminal Emulator for MacOS.
It has a host list, tabbed interface, very similar features (the two programs (ZOC and SecCRT) appear to copy-cat each other's features always within a few months). Like SecureCRT it is commercial.
How about SecureCRT for Mac? http://www.vandyke.com/products/beta/securecrt/mac_osx.html
I use iTerm2 in the way I used to use SecureCRT. In particular, if you set up profiles then you can pick machines off a list and have a single button click / hotkey open up a shell on the chosen remote machine. To set up a profile this way:
Now when you want to log in to your remote machine, just select Open Profiles (or press Cmd-O) and click your machine name. There are buttons to open the session in a new tab or new window.
Technically this is a little different than SecureCRT; it's not sshing directly from iTerm2, it creates a tty on your local machine first and runs the ssh command in it. That design is harmless and in many ways a virtue; you get Keychain integration for your ssh credentials, for instance.
What about Tagged Profiles of iTerm2?