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I need a ActiveX or VCL to hook the serial communication APIs,which can monitor all com device  activity and redirect to others(TCP/IP port ...)?
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hey im asking the same kinda question listin in if u want im gona post a new one with links to this or mine ok... :D

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_20820434.html

this is not an answer!
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PortMon from www.sysinternals.com

The other referenced question seems to be asking about sockets, which is different.
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oh right, als most the same :D lmao im basicly looking a way for hooking any api so it could be of use to you
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OK - I think that most/all of the tools at SysInternals come with source code, so there might be something useful for you there.
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The best "serial sniffer" I've seen so far is the HDD serial monitor. It is not free, but can be used for a reasonable amount of time. It tells you all that is going on with your serial port (and more)

Find a trial version at : http://www.hhdsoftware.com/sermon.html

Binsky
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