Network Serial Port Kit is a Communications::Other Comms Tools software developed by FabulaTech. After our trial and test, the software was found to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Network Serial Port Kit: Network Serial Port Kit allows you to connect any serial port devices over the TCP/IP network or Internet. Creation of local virtual serial ports pairs are available as well.
Program creates up to 254 virtual serial ports at a time. Physical COM ports located on remote computer can be connected to host computer over the network as well. You can connect data collection serial devices: bar code scanners, modems, sensors, meters, gages, RF equipment, telephone PBX systems, laboratory or industrial instruments, and so on - to the serial ports of your computer to deliver that data anywhere over any TCP/IP based network.
For example you can convert usual PC to "Serial Port Server" so then you can connect any serial device directly to a TCP/IP network and communicate with that device from any other PC in the same network or across the Internet. This allows you to use existing Windows based serial communications software to send and receive data to remote serial device across a network.
New version of Virtual serial port driver included in this release. Bugs with changing firewall settings and interface scaling in Windows 10 have been fixed.
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