Serial over Ethernet is a program which allows you to share up to 255 serial devices over a TCP/IP network, turning your computer into a low-cost terminal server.
Thus, any serial communication device connected to the COM port can be accessed from any other computer, regardless of its location. When the attached device sends data, it will actually be sent over the TCP/IP network. This is possible through the use of virtual serial ports, which are an absolute copy of a real COM port. The Windows operating system treats virtual ports exactly like real ports, which allows you to not be limited to two ports in the system and create connections through a COM port without actually occupying real ports. Serial over Ethernet allows you to create four different types of connections: Port-to-port, Port-to-TCP client, Port-to-TCP server and Port-to-UDP.
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