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You may be a professional hardware or network engineer, or a college student making his first steps towards a professional career, or a talented technology lover illuminated by a new bright technical idea and looking for a handy tool for fine-tuning your hardware-software communications. Whichever the case may be, look no further than Advanced TCP/IP Data Logger, for it may well satisfy all of your technical needs. The program allows you to collect network data from any device or instrument in real time, send and receive serial data over the Internet or your LAN. Mold your dataflow the way you want with a built-in parser and channel it to any application, DOS- or Windows-based. If you have several terminal servers working simultaneously, do not worry - Advanced TCP/IP Data Logger can handle multiple ports at once and record the data to a hard disk or any specified location! This is not just a standalone application that you may accidentally close and lose valuable data - Advanced TCP/IP Data Logger can work as a Windows service, which means that users may log on and off the workstation, and the program will be there recording your information, capturing every precious bit. Advanced TCP IP Data Logger offers you a powerful and functional package. A typical application for Advanced TCP/IP Data Logger is to log data from one or more Terminal Servers to disk. A Terminal Server is a device that allows RS232 or RS485 serial devices to be connected directly to an Ethernet network. Terminal Servers typically have an Ethernet connector and one or more RS232 or RS485 ports and they use the TCP/IP network protocol by sending the data that is transmitted through the RS232 or RS485 serial port to a TCP/IP port. Each Terminal Server would have its own IP address and all serial data would be sent through a specific TCP/IP port number. Another typical application is remote access to a RS232 or RS485 controlled technology. I/O controller is an ideal device if you need remote digital I/O signalizations (ethernet input, ethernet output), remote relay control, server accessible remote inputs together with a RS-232 or RS-485 bus for a bar code reader, display, etc..
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