TTYredirector is a serial port redirector that allows Linux-based applications to access hundreds of serial device servers and modem pools offered by over 40 manufacturers worldwide.
TTYredirector supports public TCP/IP protocols, automated server login, local signal emulation, remote port initialization using the RFC 2217 COM Port Control protocol, remote port synchronization, data rate limiting, and many other features for compatibility with applications and servers.
A special device driver is not required, and TTYredirector is implemented as a high-performance multi-threaded daemon for scaling up to hundreds of networked devices for large applications.
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