All data written to virtual COM port appers on specified TCP-port of remote IP address.
Virtual serial port looks and works exactly as real hardware serial port.
Compatible with a wide range of serial device servers, Serial Port Redirector offers highly configurable virtual COM ports.
Serial device server developers confirmed, RFC2217 protocol is supported completely.
|Redirects virtual serial port data to a TCP/IP network|
|Unlimited number of virtual serial ports can be created simultaneously on a single computer|
|Telnet protocol (RFC-2217) support|
|Raw data transmission support|
|SSL protocol support|
|Preset serial port control signals for raw data protocol|
|Fixed COM port settings for virtual COM port|
|Overlapped virtual COM ports support (virtual serial ports can have the same names as existing physical COM ports)|
|Broken network connection recovery (auto-reconnect)|
|Cache data when network connection is broken|
|Extra strings sending on port opening/closing|
|Once created virtual serial ports are operable at each system startup|
|64bit and 32bit compatible|
|Full hardware serial ports emulation|
|Full Microsoft serial.sys compatibility|
|Virtual serial ports configuration via Windows Device Manager|
|Compatibility with PnP and WMI technologies|
|Compatibility with Hyper-Threading Technology|
|Compatibility with VMware|
|Compatibility with wide variety of TCP/IP-based serial device servers|
|User friendly program interface|
|Hot virtual serial port creation and removal, without computer reboot|
|Virtual serial ports creation and configuring from your application directly using ActiveX or dynamic link library (OEM license)|
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Virtual serial ports look and work like real hardware ports.