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Terminal Servers

Terminal server connectivity for serial devices

Digi terminal servers connect serial equipment to networks and applications, offering 8, 16, or 32 port options, including support for MEI interfaces that support 232/422/485 software selection, and a wide range of connectivity options including Digi's Realport COM port over IP driver, secure sockets with TLS, SSH, RealPort, or TCP, or UDP connections. The products also support Python for customized on-device application intelligence.
ConnectPort TS 8/16 Terminal Server

ConnectPort TS 8/16

Terminal Servers with Dual IPv4/IPv6 Stack

  • Low latency connectivity for sensitive applications
  • 8 or 16 RS-232 or software selectable RS-232/422/485 serial ports
  • Dual IPv4/IPv6 stack
  • Easy-to-use Python development environment for custom applications
  • Tx/Rx LEDs per serial port
  • Patented RealPort® technology for COM/TTY port control/ management
  • Web proxy support
  • Per user access controls
  • Digi Remote Manager® support
  • SSL/TLS and SSHv2 for added security
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ConnectPort LTS 8/16/32 Terminal Server

ConnectPort LTS 8/16/32

Next generation serial servers support GB Ethernet and IPv6 networks

  • Dual GB Ethernet ports for routing
  • Software selectable RS-232/422/485 (MEI models only) for industrial applications
  • LCD display for status monitoring, diagnostics and configuration
  • SD memory slot for data storage, supporting SD and HCSD
  • Dual power option on 16-port MEI model
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What is a terminal server?

A terminal server connects serial equipment over IP based networks that can be local or remote. Typical uses for terminal servers involve connecting multiple pieces of critical equipment that are co-located at a particular facility or job site in applications such as manufacturing control, equipment monitoring, data processing, and remote access for troubleshooting. Terminal servers connect a wide range of critical industrial and commercial equipment that provide essential information concerning business safety, reliability, and efficiency.

Digi terminal servers come in serial port densities from 8 to 32 ports and provide serial over Ethernet connectivity using robust encryption using TLS/SSL or SSH connections.