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Serial/IP® Virtual Serial Port Redirector
Serial/IP® Virtual Serial Port Redirector
Serial/IP® Virtual Serial Port Redirector
Serial/IP® Virtual Serial Port Redirector
Serial/IP® Virtual Serial Port Redirector
Serial/IP® Virtual Serial Port Redirector

Serial/IP® Virtual Serial Port Redirector

Tactical Software

Regular price $100.00 Sale

Lifetime updates & support included, no annual fees
Need more than 24 active ports?  Get our quotation
Want to add ports to your license? Buy a license upgrade

Supported for Windows 10/8/7/XP
Server 2016/2012/2008/2003/2000

Download 30-day Free Trial
Windows restart not required

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Using the Serial/IP Redirector

In the Serial/IP Control Panel:

  • Designate up to 4096 ports as virtual COM ports
  • Set the endpoint IP address TCP port number for each COM port
  • Use Auto Configure to verify endpoint connectivity and recommended port settings

In your application:

  • Open any virtual COM port to open connection to endpoint
  • Read/write serial data, same as with a real COM port
  • Close the virtual COM port to terminate connection to endpoint

For more, see the Serial/IP Quick Start Guide.

 

Can I increase the number of active ports of my current license?

Yes, by purchasing a Redirector License Upgrade.

Is the 30-day trial software a full version of Serial/IP?

Yes, for up to 256 active ports.  Download and run the Serial/IP installer, leaving the license key blank to begin the trial period.

Can I extend my trial period past 30 days?

Yes, contact us.

Are software updates and tech support free?

Yes. Your purchased license key permanently enables the software and updates are available for download at no charge.  We provide expert technical support at no charge, before and after your purchase.

Can I create more virtual serial ports than I use at one time?

Yes, you can create and configure up to 4,096 virtual ports.  Your Serial/IP license key controls only the number of simultaneously active (open) ports.

How can I tell if I should be using the COM/IP redirector instead?

If your application uses AT commands to make modem connections, use COM/IP to connect to TCP/IP endpoints or use DialOut/EZ to access a modem pool to call modem endpoints.