Serial IP

Serial IP

Serial IP, serial internet protocol, is an encapsulation of the internet protocol designed to work over serial ports and modem connections. Serial IP automatically makes TCP/IP connections to the serial server and relays the virtual COM port data stream and control actions. This device also uses virtual COM ports instead of local physical COM ports. Remote serial devices on TCP/IP networks use Serial IP virtual COM ports that behave like local physical COM ports. Serial IP automatically logs in to servers, using multiple credential sources, supports SSL/TLS connections using Open SSL and its settings and trace logs can be restricted to administrators.

Serial IP features include:

  • Installs interactively or via command line
  • Extends server connection for COM port hand-off
  • Configurable to detect/respond to any server login prompt
  • Both outbound and inbound connections
  • And much more

Learn More About Serial IP

This device enables you remote access and the ability to control and manage any serial device over an IP network or the internet. Serial IP is used to convert serial asynchronous data from an RS232 and RS422. It is normally found in 1 port or multiport models and includes a network interface. Comtrol, an extremely innovative company providing high quality networking and industrial data communication products, is a product expert in serial connectivity technologies and specialized application systems. Our products are widely used to connect and control peripheral serial devices within embedded systems to local servers. As a corporation we pride ourselves in providing the greatest customer and sales support. Contact a sales representative today to order or to learn more about products and devices now. Our trained sales team will work with you to ensure you are getting the highest quality connection device to fulfill your needs.