Does anyone out there know if there is a software terminal server. I'm looking to connect a serial device into the serial port of a computer and have it talk telnet. Currently we have a leased 56k line that is acting like a really long serial cable. Into that cable we plug a inventory scanner that downloads it's information to a server. Also there is an internet connection to the server that the information is being downloaded too. I can start up HyperTerminal and talk to the serial device. I can start up PuTTY (or any ssh/telnet) and talk to the server.
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- HyperTerminal prompts you to create a new connection. Note that this is not required but let’s go ahead and do it. Type in the word cisco for the connection name and click OK.
HyperTerminal for Mac System Tools › Network HyperTerminal by Hilgraeve, Inc. Is a terminal emulator that gives you the possibility to connect to various systems using TCP/IP Networks, Dial-Up Modems and COM ports.
If I type what I get from HyperTerminal into PuTTY then type PuTTY response into HyperTerminal it 'works'. So I'm looking for a program that will Link Serial(HyperTerminal) into PuTTY (Telnet or ssh). I have tried: That allows you to use PuTTY like hyperterminal, but doesn't let you have two connections. I've Tried: but that connects to a TCP port and doesn't 'talk telnet'.
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When I set it up for the telnet port it doesn't communicate correctly. Does anyone out there know if there is a software terminal server. I'm looking to connect a serial device into the serial port of a computer and have it talk telnet. There probably is, but realistically why don't you just go with a hardware device to do this, rather then software. Dealing with software introduces yet another point of failure to deal with, and the cost of a hardware box is less then the cost of a PC to do this task + the first time it breaks. If all you need is a serial to ethernet convertor, there are plenty of them out there such as this one: or this one. It sounds like you want a telnet session to COM1, and another telnet session to server port 23, with their stdins and stdouts connected together.
This does sound like what I want. I cant find software to do it and thought I could.
For instance if I wanted to hook an old Terminal to a Windows computer that would let me connect to a linux box over telnet. We tried a hardware answer but it didn't talk telnet. I think our next step is a real TC/IP terminal server. I was just trying to find a simple software solution.