Allows network connections to serial ports
This daemon allows telnet and tcp sessions to be established with a
unit's serial ports. Combined with a terminal emulation like xterm or
the Linux console, this can be a very simple means of communicating
with routers, other systems' serial consoles and other equipment with
a serial port. This is remarkably similar to the reverse telnet
feature of some Cisco routers.
Upstream URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ser2net
This is ser2net, a program for allowing network connections to serial
ports. See the man page for information about using the program.
Note that ser2net supports RFC 2217 (remote control of serial port
parameters), but you must have a compliant client. The only one I
know of is kermit (http://www.columbia.edu/kermit).
Oct 14, 2003:
ser2net now supports RFC 2217, the ability to control the serial
port with telnet options. So, for instance, you can connect to a
ser2net session with a client that has this option and control
the baud rate, stopbits, parity, etc. The only client I know of
that supports this is c-kermit, available at
ser2net - Serial to network proxy
ser2net [-c configfile] [-C configline] [-p controlport] [-n]
[-d] [-b] [-v] [-P pidfile]
The ser2net daemon allows telnet and tcp sessions to be
established with a unit's serial ports.
The program comes up norm
ser2net (2.6-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version.
* Fix segfault (control port us
2009-07-15 Corey Minyard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* configure.in: Move to version 2.6.
Corey Minyard <email@example.com> - Original (and still only) author.
This package was first debianized by Marc Haber
<firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 18 Sep 200
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