Networking Connectivity Serial to Ethernet Connector

Serial to Ethernet Connector 7.1.876 for Windows

by Eltima Software

Avg. Rating 3.2 (15 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.7 MB
License Shareware, $495.90
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,345
Publisher Eltima Software
Homepage Serial to Ethernet Connector

Publisher's Description

Serial to Ethernet Connector is an advanced software solution developed to share serial port devices over TCP/IP network. Thus, any serial port device connected to COM port at local PC could be accessed from anywhere in the world via internet, for example. When the attached serial port device sends communication data it will be actually transmitted over TCP/IP network.

Latest Reviews

Reverb

Reverb reviewed v5.0.6.331 on Jan 16, 2009

Does what it says - it redirects serial communications to TCP. This is primarily of use for legacy applications that require communication via RS-232 or modem - they can now be used over the internet. Since this only runs under Windows 2000 & higher there are probably very few apps that would benefit from this, especially since it does not support DOS applications.

Netserial on the other hand performs the same functions and work perfectly with both Win32 and DOS applications.
http://pcmicro.com/netserial/
It is very popular amongst BBS operators who now run their old boards via telnet. I was able to use TELIX for DOS which has no telnet support to connect a telnet host.

Haaglander

Haaglander reviewed v3.2.12.163 on May 17, 2007

What's the use of this?

Avg. Rating 3.2 (15 votes)
Your Rating
Reverb

Reverb reviewed v5.0.6.331 on Jan 16, 2009

Does what it says - it redirects serial communications to TCP. This is primarily of use for legacy applications that require communication via RS-232 or modem - they can now be used over the internet. Since this only runs under Windows 2000 & higher there are probably very few apps that would benefit from this, especially since it does not support DOS applications.

Netserial on the other hand performs the same functions and work perfectly with both Win32 and DOS applications.
http://pcmicro.com/netserial/
It is very popular amongst BBS operators who now run their old boards via telnet. I was able to use TELIX for DOS which has no telnet support to connect a telnet host.

Haaglander

Haaglander reviewed v3.2.12.163 on May 17, 2007

What's the use of this?

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