Access RS-232 over Ethernet
RS-232 to Ethernet Connector
Share RS232 port over Network
The integrated RS-232 port device transfers info packages through TCP/IP network and then returns them from the network to your serial port device. This is possible through utilization of serial port technology which imitates and, in this case, takes to the next level regular COM ports.
Sharing serial port devices for inbound connectionsThe server expects to handle inbound connections and then will share natural or virtual RS232 port devices over TCP/IP network on a local level. The server presence allows multiple clients to gain access at the same time. Each of the clients gaining access also are capable of transferring input/output serial info packages to their natural or virtual serial port device (locally). Types of such clients are generally applications that boot up external connection to a TCP or IP type of server connection.
Linking serial port to a host/client from a remote locationIn this case, achieving a client host connection is going to enable local genuine or digital transmission of RS-232 port data to a server hosted on a remote location through TCP/IP types of protocols. On the plus side, is that client connection is this case doesn’t necessarily need Secure Enduser Connection to function properly. The only thing required is stating the IP address of the remote server as well entering the value of a TCP port. Provided that connection is successfully achieved, the info transmitted from the remote location will be instantly transferred to the local serial port to be handled more.
Sharing RS-232 port points through User Datagram Protocol (UDP)Another capability of serial –ethernet connectors is deflecting input/output info packages from natural or digital serial ports through User Datagram Protocol with the advantage that SEC is not needed here, as with client connection. The connector allows you to choose a type of protocol to enable the connection (Raw data algorithm or Telnet protocol). Additionally, in the same manner you can transmit all serial info over your local network.
Serial to Ethernet Connector for Linux OS is availableRS-232 to Ethernet Connector is also available for Linux OS! Now you can choose whether Linux or Windows OS will be a client or a server; broadcasting over UDP is possible too. Note, that Serial to Ethernet Connector for Linux is a command-line product at the moment.
Serial to Ethernet Connector Linux version for ARM-based devices is available! Now you can share serial ports on ARM devices or connect to remote devices. Note: you need D-Bus to be installed on your device to use this version.
Full features list
|1||Serial Port over IP software lets you share serial ports and devices over IP/TCP network|
|2||Network Serial Port supports TCP/IP and UDP/IP protocols|
|3||Connect to remote workstation with ease over TCP/IP Telnet protocol, with the RFC 2217 Telnet extensions for COM Port Control|
|4||No restrictions on the quantity of serial ports to share at once for remote connections|
|5||Create an unlimited amount of virtual serial connections or/and ports|
|6||Easy management of states of port signal lines in connections||(for real ports)|
|7||Examine serial over IP connection's integrity using the option "send command to keep connection alive"|
|8||Share serial port over TCP/IP network solution can send data on specific event in UDP connection type (if block of data reaches designated size, when receiving certain chars, and on specified timeouts)||(also in TCP connection type)|
|9||Serial ports may be given any names, not only COMxx|
|10||Serial over Internet technology provides high speed data exchange to/from virtual serial port (can reach up to 256 Kbits)|
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SEC For LinuxRequirements: Kubuntu 9.10 "Karmic Koala", openSUSE 11.2, 7.63MB free space, Version 18.104.22.168 (29th Mar, 2010)