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Serial Connection forward over LAN

I don't have a lot of money, so I can't afford a nice serial port server.  I was wondering if the open source community has created software that allows you to use a computer equipped with a NIC and a RS-232 Serial port to forward communication of the serial port over TCP/IP.

It would be a real life saver if someone knew how to do this.  It would be even better if they created a driver for win32 to access the port hosted on a linux machine.

I hope someone figures this out.
Thanks.
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enlightec
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enlightecAuthor Commented:
Here's an example of what we could emulate. http://www.neteon.net/prod.asp?p=18

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blklineCommented:
Perhaps this article:

http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/7507

can help you out.  There is mention of an open-source project as a serial-port concentrator that you can find at the bottom of the article.
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