Serial to Ethernet Connector 6.0.500
Share serial port over network and connect to it from remote machines
So how does it work? To be able to receive data from the device connected to a remote computer, "client-server" architecture is used. Serial to Ethernet Connector is installed on all machines that participate in data exchange. "Server" is a computer where serial port is shared; "clients" are all other computers that use device connected to the shared serial port. It is also possible to use Serial to Ethernet Connector as a "client" only. In this case it will receive the data sent by a COM-port device over the network.
If you are using UDP protocol, Serial to Ethernet Connector for Linux can broadcast all serial data over your local network.
Note, that there is Serial to Ethernet Connector for Windows OS too. One of Linux version's advantages is that it works with Windows version directly. Therefore, you can organize data transfers among Linux and Windows machines at a time. Any of them can be a client as well as a server. Serial to Ethernet Connector for Linux is a command-line software; to make your work with it easier it features extensive documentation with samples. There is also OEM version available, which allows integrating Serial to Ethernet functionality into your software.
Serial to Ethernet Connector
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What's New in This Release:
- new user interface for even easier connections creation and management; connections visualization added
- possibility to control serial ports (both on server and client sides) directly from your own application by executing dll functions. 64-bit applications are supported as well. - for OEM License owners