Device Server - PCMCIA Featured Serial to Ethernet Converter for RS232/422/485 Serial Devices

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HelloDevice SS110 is a PCMCIA featured serial to ethernet converter for RS232/422/485 based serial devices.

Sena Technologies is introducing the PCMCIA featured serial-ethernet converter 'HelloDevice SS110' with open Linux platform to manage the RS232/422/485 based serial devices online. Linux technology allows customization of operation and the ability to modify or add features as required for flexibility and ease of customization.

With PCMCIA slot for enhanced functionality, 'HelloDevice SS110' supports many PC cards such as LAN/Wireless LAN card to access another network, PSTN/CDMA card for out-of-band access, and Flash Memory card to keep system log and port log data safely.

HelloDevice SS110 has the support of Dynamic DNS, and PPPoE (PPP-over-Ethernet) allowing serial devices to be accessed over DSL-based broadband network or conventional LAN (Local Area Network) environment through the 10/100 Mbps (10Base-T, 100Base-TX) ethernet interface.

HelloDevice SS110 provides the full-featured management functions such as status monitor; remote reset, error log monitor and firmware upgrade using Telnet, serial console port or Web browser under the password protection support.

In addition, the SS110 provides IP address filtering function to protect unintentional data streams to be transmitted to the serial device, and public key cryptography based SSL data encryption to promise secure data communication. The SS110 also has the SNMP agent supporting SNMP v1 and v2 protocols, and Dynamic DNS client for updating user's hostname account offered by various service providers.

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