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  • Posted a comment on discussion Help and Discussion on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    OK, you will need to get the manual from the CTD sensor manufacturer. It should contain the commands (probably text strings) that make it do what you want. Realterm is how you send those commands, i.e. you first have to know the commands, RT is just the tool that sends them. Hint: If they are a small company see if someone can use skype to screen share while they do it, so you can see what to do. An anecdote: Back in the distant past, when giant reptiles roamed the earth, I had a marine CTD logger....

  • Posted a comment on ticket #83 on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    The only one I use is TeraTerm, and it seems to do CR NUL What others did you use?

  • Posted a comment on ticket #83 on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    fixed, V34 behaviour in Telnet mode: if CRLF checked, then ENTER sends CRLF otherwise sends CR NUL if <shift>ENTER sends CRLF

  • Posted a comment on ticket #83 on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    Think I was talking bull about the escapes - 0xFF is escaped. This describes how telnet handles EOL http://www.freesoft.org/CIE/RFC/1123/31.htm "When a user presses the "end-of-line" key, some User Telnet implementations send CR LF, while others send CR NUL (based on a different interpretation of the same sentence in RFC-854). These will be equivalent for a correctly-implemented ASCII server host, as discussed above. For other servers, a mode in the User Telnet is needed." So I am sure the CR NUL...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #83 on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    So this problem is only happening in TCP/IP mode then? I think you are confused bout TCP/IP comms. Telnet protocol involves escaping codes using NUL. That is what you are seeing. RAW does not do the telnet escapes, and hence , won't be adding NUL See the radio buttons Port-> WinsockIs So this is easy to see on a single machine, with one instance set to RAW and the other to TELNET

  • Modified ticket #83 on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    NULL byte (0x00) is sent after every CR (0x0D) ?

  • Posted a comment on ticket #83 on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    I don't see it myself. How are seeing this? What is the port? What is the DisplayAs mode? a) start 2 instances , one as 127.0.0.1:server and other as 127.0.0.1:telnet. Does 0x00 get sent? b) physically link RXD and TXD on a port? c) Do you see it when half-duplex is checked?

  • Posted a comment on ticket #39 on RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal

    The issue is that there is no port, therefore, no registry key for the ports See https://sourceforge.net/p/realterm/discussion/228939/thread/e361619c/ Message is fixed in 3.x.x.x, but you still won't have any ports...

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