This is a tool that simulates serial connections over TCP/IP networks.
This is a software tool that can create COM based serial communication even though the devices may actually exist on a TCP/IP network. It would be possible to share up to 255 serial devices over network turning your computer into a terminal server. With this solution you will be able to set up serial communications between devices existing anywhere in the world as long as they are on a TCP/IP network. For example, if were to set up a server with a lot of clients distributed all over and connected on the same network, this solution can help you. The virtual serial port technology used emulates standard COM ports behavior and Windows OS treats these ports as real ones. With this tool you could easily share serial port for incoming connections, connect the port to remote host, or share port using UDP connection.
A server connection will wait for incoming client connections. Each connected client is able to transmit serial I/O data to the local port (real or virtual). This tool will combine the data streams and present it to the server. The client application communicating could be anything that can start an outgoing connection to TCP/IP server. In the client (serial port to host) the client initiates local data through a real or the virtual port and redirect data to the remote server. All you need to do is specify the serverís IP address and TCP port. The interface makes it very easy to set things with it. This is a very good product. If you are looking for a similar solution, this is a good candidate for a trial in your exact set up.