TCP-Com is a software based RS232 to TCP/IP converter.
TCP-Com allows any of the RS232 serial ports on your PC to interface directly to a TCP/IP network. For example, you can use TCP-Com to turn a PC into a "Serial Device Server" so that you can connect any RS232 serial device directly to a TCP/IP network and communicate with that device from any other workstation in the same network or across the Internet.
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