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The SN3101 3-in-1 Serial Device Server supports RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 data transfers, as well as providing Ethernet connectivity for a wide variety of serial devices used in commercial applications. These include industrial control,data acquisition, access control, environment monitoring,banking, telecoms, remote site management, etc. This total serial data transfer system transforms the capability of legacy serial devices, and allows them to take advantage of the speed and reliability of today's modern communication techniques.
Provides over IP access for industrial serial devices.
Software selectable RS-232/422/485 3-in-1 serial port
Built-in 15KV ESD serial port protection
Max. baud rate: 460 Kbps
Wide range of versatile serial operation modes - Console Management, Real COM, TCP Server, TCP Client, UDP, Modbus, Serial Tunnel and Virtual Modem
High security via 128-bit SSL encryption for serial data transmission
Redundancy support via multiple simultaneous Real COM, TCP Server, and TCP Client connections
64 Kbyte port buffer prevents data loss when the network is down
Real COM driver for Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista
Real TTY driver for Linux, Fixed TTY driver for Unix*
Modbus Ethernet-to-Serial support
Modem emulation enables existing modem-based applications to make connections over IP networks
Virtual Terminal support (VT320, VT52, VT100, VT220)
System configuration via Web Console (HTTP/HTTPS), Telnet/SSH Console and Windows utility
Backup/restore and firmware upgrading via Web Console(HTTP/HTTPS) and Windows utility
Easy-to-use Windows utility (2000/XP/2003/Vista) for auto discovery, multiple device setting and monitoring
Centralized external authentication support for RADIUS, LDAP(S), MS Active Directory
SNMP MIB II and RS-232 MIB for network management
SMTP and SNMP trap event notification
Choice of power input: AC-DC adapter or DC direct
* Fixed TTY Driver Supports 1) Sco Unix, Sco OpenServer; 2) Unix Ware 7, SVR 5; 3) Unix Ware 2.1, SVR 4.2; 4) QNX 4.25, QNX 6; 5) FreeBSD; 6) Solaris 10; 7) AIX 5.x; 8) HP-UX 11i