Serial Port Redirector creates virtual serial ports and redirects all serial data to specified TCP-port of remote IP-address. Any serial communications software can use these virtual COM ports, like a typical hardware COM ports to send and receive serial data over a local network or the Internet.
Serial Port Redirector can be used to pass serial data across a local network or over the Internet using the Telnet protocol (with the COM Port Control protocol specified by RFC 2217) and the raw TCP connection protocol as well. The COM Port Control protocol (RFC 2217) is used also for accessing any serial device attached to a serial device server.
"I have some software that connects via multiple com ports. I wanted to use NSPK to create 10 virtual com ports mapped to a remote IP address. During the testing NSPK I realized that I need another kind of solution. Thanks for opportunity to test the beta version of Serial Port Redirector. It is exactly what I need! I save so much time using this product! Thanks."
News20 October 2016
Printer for Remote Desktop 1.4 has been released. Windows 10 support has been added. New functionality has been added to the tray menu. Connection and licensing issues have been fixed. Few other minor bugs have been fixed as well.17 October 2016
Serial Port Redirector 2.7.3 has been released. New features have been added: caching data in client ports and ability to edit some properties of opened ports. SSL settings have been enhanced. User Interface has been improved and polished. Command-line utility functionality has been improved as well. Issue with changing firewall settings during installation/uninstallation has been fixed.19 September 2016
USB Monitor Pro 2.8 has been released. User interface has been slightly improved and polished. Displaying of audio, video and HID descriptors has been added. Installation issue on Windows 10 has been fixed.5 September 2016
USB over Network 5.2 is coming, Beta-version for Windows and Linux is available now. Overall stability and performance have been improved for high load situations with extremely large number of Servers or Clients or devices.
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Virtual serial ports look and work like real hardware ports.