The program creates virtual serial port that is the exact copy of the remote shared COM port.
Network Serial Port Kit automatically detects if network connection with the remote side is broken. As soon as the connection can be established, the program reconnects to the remote side.
Some communications applications expect minimal response time from a serial device. Network Serial Port Kit he Network Latency Compensation capability to avoid influence of network delays.
|Allows working with remote serial devices over local network or the Internet|
|Allows creating virtual null-modem cable over local network or the Internet|
|Virtual serial ports look and work like real physical ports|
|Once created virtual serial ports are operable at each system startup|
|Unlimited number of serial devices can be shared simultaneously on a single computer|
|Unlimited number of serial devices can be accessed simultaneously from a single computer|
|Virtual communication is more fast and reliable than using real null-modem cable|
|Different virtual null-modem schemes are available|
|Fixed COM port settings for shared physical COM port|
|Broken network connection recovery (auto-reconnect)|
|Network latency compensation|
|64bit and 32bit compatible|
|Full hardware serial ports emulation|
|Full Microsoft serial.sys compatibility|
|Serial data transmission speed (bitrate) emulation|
|Virtual serial ports configuration via Windows Device Manager|
|Compatibility with PnP and WMI technologies|
|Compatibility with Hyper-Threading Technology|
|Compatibility with VMware|
|User friendly program interface|
|Hot virtual serial port creation and removal, without computer reboot|
|Serial ports sharing and virtual serial ports creation from your application directly using ActiveX or dynamic link library (OEM license)|
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News6 January 2017
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Did you know?
Network serial ports look and work like real hardware ports.