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[aprssig] convert serial weather data to tcp socket

Kurt A. Freiberger kurt at badgers-hill.net
Wed Jul 28 18:59:15 UTC 2004


I was referring to the XPort - I didn't think you needed a tunnel for 
it.  http://www.lantronix.com/products/eds/xport/

kf

Tyler Allison wrote:
>>Lantronix makes some interesting little sugar cube sized Ethernet
>>interfaces that also have a web server built into it.  It has at least
>>one serial interface on it as well.  That sounds like a perfect fit.
> 
> 
> Yeah..those are the ones I found online. However they require the client
> to install a virtual serial driver onto the client machine.  All it does
> is tunnel serial packets over TCP.
> 
> What Im really looking to do is convert the serial data to something a
> TCP/IP program can simply open a TCP port and start consuming, thus
> needing no special drivers or client software.
> 
> The custom low power linux box might be the easiest way.
> 
> -Tyler



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