"Share serial port over network easily."With Serial to Ethernet Connector you can share up to 255 serial devices over network turning your computer into a terminal server. With this serial over network solution any device connected to a COM port can be accessed and used from any spot on the globe as if it were physically connected to the local machine. The data sent by serial port device is transmitted over a TCP/IP network. This is achieved thanks to our virtual serial port technology that emulates standard COM ports behavior and Windows OS treats the virtual ports as the real ones. Although the ports are treated as physical you are not limited to the quantity of physical COM ports and can create COM port connections without occupying real serial ports.
With Serial to Ethernet Connector you can: share serial port for incoming connections, connect the port to remote host, or share port using UDP connection.
Starting from version 8.0 Serial to Ethernet Connector got absolutely new user interface for even easier creation and management of connections with latter conveniently visualized and more.
What's new in this version: Added: a new improved user interface. Added: the list of remote connections available on the network. Added: the ability to pause active network connections. Added: the ability to break a specific connection. Added: the ability to reset the connection statistics. Discontinued: support for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, and Windows 2008 and Windows 7 versions. Serial to Ethernet Connector versions for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 2008 R2 SP1 are still supported. Added: the menu â€œFor developersâ€ with the options to open the OEM user manual, view code samples, and generate the OEM Redistribution Package. (In the OEM version only.)
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