Hello Eltima folks-
We use some software which manages remote terminal servers over IP, but provides a "serial" connection to those devices. It appears that the software is using Eltima's Serial-to-Ethernet product, because when I do a listing of all serial ports, many of them come back listed as "ELTIMA VIRTUAL SERIAL PORT COMx".
According to the software vendor, they are piping the serial connections to a TCP connection.
What I am looking for is a way to enumerate the pairings of which virtual com port is connected to which network connection, IE is COM 9 is connected to 10.1.1.1:30.
Is there anyway to enumate that information either on the command line and/or through an API? From looking at the manuals on the website, it looks like you have some wonderful GUI's for managing all of the virtual com ports, but I presume that information is typically being stored somewhere.
My need is to do some scripting to launch some terminal client software (SecureCRT and/or HyperTerminal) to point to a particular serial port. However, to select the correct serial port to attach it to, I need to be able to see which TCP connection it's attached to.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.