The following commands work great with Windows Telnet, but have problems with linux telnet and putty.
com2tcp --telnet --baud 57600 \\.\com7 1234
com2tcp --baud 57600 \\.\com7 1234
Linux telnet and putty echo back some of the characters. This can be disabled in putty, but not with linux telnet.
To duplicate connect a Windows serial port to a Linux machine, enable Linux with a getty. Setup com2tcp, then telnet to the port or use putty to get to the port.
To fix putty select change settings/line discipline options/local echo&local line editing/off.
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