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  • Have several Raspberry Pi's running this with anywhere from 4-32 serial ports via USB breakout adapters. We can get twice the ports for half the price of a Digi ConnectPort TS16! And it does more of what we need than what the Digi is made for.

  • Works great under Linux Lite 64 bit. Using it to network 2 Serial Ports ( /dev/ttyUSB0 and /dev/ttyUSB1 ) pushing out GPS and AIS data on a boat. End users are WiFi laptops running Opencpn navigation software.

  • Thanks for Ser2net, it's good!

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  • How can i do multiple connections to same port ???

  • works perfectly.

  • it's a good serial tool~ i've a suggestin: can support multi-users(4 users or more) to connect the tcp port at the same time(like some terminal device)? in my lab, there is one device with serial, all users debug through the ser2net tool, but at one time, only on person can connect with it. so i wish the ser2net can support multi-user connection~ ^_^

  • nice and rare software, thanks to devs!

  • --- dataxfer.c | 1 + 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+) diff --git a/dataxfer.c b/dataxfer.c index 0721d85..0983aa9 100644 --- a/dataxfer.c +++ b/dataxfer.c @@ -556,6 +556,7 @@ header_trace(port_info_t *port) } strncpy(buf + len, portstr, sizeof(buf) - len); len += strlen(buf + len); + len += snprintf(buf + len, sizeof(buf) - len, ")\n"); if (port->rt.file != -1 && port->rt.timestamp) { write_ignore_fail(port->rt.file, buf, len); --

  • thanks man, great soft!

  • Great software, one of the most useful i've ever seen!

  • Great job, thanks for your time for conveying

  • Great project and have a robust execution in any platforms.

  • Ser2net can work with clients running on Windows machines. So far, I tested: - Serial-Over-Ethernet Connector 3.2 (try before buy) http://www.eltima.com/products/serial-over-ethernet/ - HW Virtual Serial Port (free) http://www.hw-group.com/products/hw_vsp/index_en.html - Cyclades-serial-client The script file 'cyclades-serial-client' (version 0.92, 0.93) may have to be edited to make it work. Replace every occurrence of 'tsrsock' by 'cyclades-ser-cli'. Also, it seems that the socket number to use for the server should be the one used by cyclades-serial-client (see its config file).

  • This is a brain-dead simple way to implement a serial port server. I installed it on a low end machine using a minimal debian install with 8 FTDI USB to Serial chips and it works great. I used some of the port with the raw setting to do remote GDB debugging over the network.

  • este programa e otimo e funciona muito bem,vale a pena estudalo