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serproxy

Serproxy is a multi-threaded proxy program for redirecting network socket connections to/from serial ports, in cases where the remote end of the serial link doesn't have a TCP/IP stack (eg an embedded or microcontroller system). The proxy allows other hosts on the network to communicate with the system on the remote end of the serial link.

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  •  24 Dec 1999 15:36

    Release Notes: A fix has been made for a string allocation bug in the config file parser, and the proxy now displays which ports sockets are listening on when it's compiled with debugging enabled.

    •  15 Dec 1999 02:10

      Release Notes: Initial announcement.

      Recent comments

      18 Sep 2009 08:23 easyfit

      Hi and thanks for this great program, I think it will be very useful in a system I will be building in the near future.

      Just one small request: It seems that the program is pretty much hard-coded to look for serial ports named ttySX in Linux, but this may not always be the case (as in my case). I'm using a serial port PCI card which by default names its ports as ttyAXX.

      It's not a big issue though since I can just symlink the ttyAX device files to ttySX counterparts, but it would be nicer and cleaner to be able to define this in the config file for serproxy.

      But like I said it's really a minor issue and I think this program will work very well for me anywyay.

      20 Nov 2003 01:48 pnad

      compiling the project SERPROXY
      I downloaded the project but couldn't open win32\serproxy.dsw in VC6 (simply: nothing was opened). If I could open it I could probably create a VC makefile for this project. I'm not sure if there exists a makefile for VC (I'd found a makefile for gcc which also looked not good for me). Using gcc (make) I also didn't compile the project. This is what I received:
      "
      In file included from pipe.h:6,
      from main.c:26:
      thread.h:12: pthread.h: No such file or directory.
      "

      Trying to compile using nmake I'd set the environment variables but... The most interesting thing is that I can not open the serproxy.dsw... What's wrong?
      Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
      Peter <pnad@o2.pl>

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