[RndTbl] Serial to IP Gateway?

Adam Thompson athompso at athompso.net
Mon Aug 15 12:24:03 CDT 2016

They've been trying to do that for years, but the remote sites aren't under their control and there are legacy protocols involved.

I'd look at Digi or Moxa or Perle or Lantronix for a drop-in replacement.  These companies typically all measure product support cycles in decades, not months.


On August 15, 2016 11:51:27 AM CDT, Colin Stanners <cstanners at gmail.com> wrote:
>Do the remote sites that dial in have IP connectivity? How about
>serial to IP converters at that end of the connection and dropping the
>On Aug 15, 2016 9:22 AM, "Wyatt Zacharias" <wyatt at magitech.ca> wrote:
>> So currently at Bluecross we have a pool of modems connected to a
>> 2600. What happens is when a connection is received on the modem
>line, the
>> cisco router initiates an IP connection to an internal server and
>> the data from the serial line to the server. We're looking to move
>> Serial to IP functionality over to a Linux server so we can retire
>the EOL
>> routers. Does anyone know of a way to do this? Also if anyone has any
>> resources for modem connectivity with linux they can forward me I'd
>> appreciate it.
>> --
>> Wyatt Zacharias
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