I use the free version of VSPE (Virtual Serial Ports Emulator). Use the
TCP Server and TCP Client. You don't need to specify the Interface IP in
the server setup. Just point the TCP Client tothe IP address of the
machine running the TCP server and make sure the port is the same on both.
If you have any firewalls operating between the machines you may need to
open the ports that you use in the TCP Client Server.
Works for me.
On 25/01/2019 11:41, Jorge Diez (CX6VM-CW5W) wrote:
There are many alternatives for serial device servers... some software-based
like VSPE which require a PC, and some hardware based like Lantronix, Digi
and many cheap alternatives listed on Amazon. The hardware based ones just
plug into your router at the remote site. Just make sure that the one you
use allows you to specify an alias for the remote IP address unless you have
a static IP address. With dynamic addressing, you need to use a service like
DDNS to correlate your alias to the current dynamic address.