TCP/IP annd UDP over RS232

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by Guest, Jun 23, 2004.

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    Guest Guest

    I have a suite of applications programs which are running on separete
    computers with WinXP and RedHat Linux.
    Computers are connected to each other via a local ethernet hub.
    Applications communicate with each other by TCP/IP and UDP without any
    Now I need to put one of the computer on a mobile platform and it will
    communicate with the other computer over long distances via radio modem.
    (Wireless ethernet is not an option due to long distance).

    How can I confgure WinXP and RedHat Linux to redirect its ethernet activity
    (TCP/IP and UDP) to serial port ?
    Guest, Jun 23, 2004
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    James Knott Guest

    PPP will carry IP over a serial link. Also, look at some of the amateur
    radio stuff. Hams have been working with data over radio for many years.


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