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How to create a virtual serial port

A virtual serial port is an ideal solution for when a legacy application expects a connection to a serial device port (COM port), but should instead send data over a local network or the Internet. When the legacy application sends data to a serial COM port, it is actually transmitted over a TCP/IP network and back from the network to your legacy application.

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