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This function has hardware limits, because the power of Ethernet on RaspberryPI is limited connecting via usb...

Serial to Network Proxy (ser2net) provides a way for a user to connect from a network connection to a serial port (usb to serial converter).

What you need(Edit)

  • USB to RS232 or UART converter (server side)
  • Virtual serial ports software (client)

Ser2Net page setting up to 8 RS232 or UART serial lines export to IP.

Every USB interface must have a different serial number, to uniquely identify the server!

After set this form you can repluged your usb device or reboot server, for detection new USB rotator interface.

Configure com ports(Edit)

  • Connected device name: can have maximum 25 characters (not required).
  • Export on IP port: IP port com1 value must be from 101 to 65535.
  • Baudrate:
    • 300 baud
    • 1200 baud
    • 2400 baud
    • 4800 baud
    • 9600 baud
    • 19200 baud
    • 38400 baud
    • 57600 baud
    • 115200 baud
  • Databits:
    • 7
    • 8
  • Stopbit:
    • 1
    • 2
  • Parity:
    • Even
    • Odd
    • None
  • USB Vendor id: must have at 4 characters.
  • USB Product id: must have at 4 characters.
  • USB sn: must have at least 1 characters, and maximum 8 characters.

For finding id's and serial numbers USB device you can use a pop-up window on top of page. This window print dmesg message from kernel of system, After plug usb device you see

How To Connect Virtual serial ports from windows(Edit)