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Pandora is an Ethernet to RS-232 COM port bridge which allows a user to make an RS-232 COM port available to remote systems on the Ethernet. Pandora can instantiate itself on the host computer as a TCP socket server or client, so there is flexibility in how a remote client can establish a connection to the host. For example, a customized socket application can be used to connect to the Pandora server, but a simple telnet application is equally capable of establishing a connection. Display complete name of product. Version 1.4 has improved interface for tracking data stream.
Price USD79.95
License Free to try
File Size 931.31 kB
Version 1.4
Operating System Windows Vista Windows Windows XP Windows NT Windows 2000
System Requirements Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista
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