How to redirect serial ports from one computer to another ?

How to redirect serial ports from one computer to another ?

    For Linux, try a program called "remserial". It works as a
    client/server pair to do exactly what you want.  Google should
    find it for you.  One user was able to use a spare serial port
    on his windows box using "remserial" on the linux computer and a
    program called "serproxy" on the windows machine. Another one I
    have to try for windows is comfoolery.  See links below.

    Another option is to use a Perl script on each end to do the
    conversion.

    Yet another is to use "netcat".  "man nc" should tell you about
    it.  It redirects tcpip data seamlessly under Linux.  Try
    something like this:

        cat /dev/ttyS0 > nc -p 3000

    If you want to put your GPS on a remote serial port, use the
    gpsd daemon to do it.

    Comfoolery:     http://www.brianpoe.com/comfoolery/
    Serproxy:       http://freshmeat.net/projects/serproxy/
    Serproxy:       http://www.lspace.nildram.co.uk/freeware.html
    Remserial:      http://lpccomp.bc.ca/remserial/


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