TCP/com lets you easily access a serial device via a TCP/IP (or UDP) network or redirect Ethernet/IP data to real or “Virtual” RS232 serial ports. This allows you to use existing Windows-based serial RS232 communications software to send and receive data across any TCP/IP network.
TCP/Com software can be used to easily solve a wide variety of device interfacing and RS232 or TCP/IP conversion problems, such as the following:
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Share serial devices over a network (or even the internet)
TCP/Com can easily create Virtual COM ports and redirect Ethernet, or Internet, network data to these RS232 ports. This allows you to use any existing serial communications software to communicate over and collect data directly from your IP networks.
Windows does not allow multiple programs to access the same COM port. Bypass this restriction by using TCP/Com to split a single COM port into multiple virtual COM ports. This allows all your serial communications programs to access the same data.
In the TCP/Com window just select the com port number and the serial communications parameters for your serial device and enter an IP address and a socket number. Then activate! It's that easy! Com port data will appear at the IP address and data from an IP port will appear at a real or virtual com port.
Version 9.0.0 (released August 2020) Updated Virtual COM Port drivers
Version 7.0.4 (released June 2014) Fixed rare issue with "Remote Pings" feature not functioning correctly.
Version 7.0.3 (released March 2014) now allows users to name individual session windows to better manage multiple connections. A bug fix that addresses the remote pings feature is also included.
Version 7.0.2 minor bug fix
Version 7.0.0 Updated Virtual COM Port drivers