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'[EE:] Lantronix X Port'
2004\01\14@064652 by Jonathan Johnson

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Has anyone used these as a serial server?

here is the non pdf link for those who prefer.

http://www.lanconnect.com.au/Products/Lantronix/Xport.htm


has anybody used these, and what did you think of them?


TIA

Jonathan

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2004\01\14@065730 by Brian Clewer

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Jonathan wrote:

> Has anyone used these as a serial server?
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> here is the non pdf link for those who prefer.
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> http://www.lanconnect.com.au/Products/Lantronix/Xport.htm
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> has anybody used these, and what did you think of them?
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I wouldn't say I have *used* one.  More to say messed around with it.  From
what I have seen it is very good.  I am going to put it to good use in the
near future, as I have just had broadband installed :-).

Brian.

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2004\01\14@071016 by Thomas Sefranek

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We have them here, working just fine.

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2004\01\14@100542 by Bob Ammerman

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I used their packaged ETH to serial port product with great success.

I am pretty sure the XPORT is just a smaller incarnation of what I used.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems

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2004\01\14@212448 by Brent Brown

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On 14 Jan 2004 at 22:51, Jonathan Johnson wrote:

> Has anyone used these as a serial server?
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> here is the non pdf link for those who prefer.
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> http://www.lanconnect.com.au/Products/Lantronix/Xport.htm
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> has anybody used these, and what did you think of them?

Yes. I made a PCB to suit with 12V to 3.3V switching regulator and RS232
level converter. Four of them are being used as simple RS232/Ethernet
interfaces to a rack of radio modems, and they have been running 24/7 for a
couple of months now. I think they are way cool.

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2004\01\14@221606 by Michael Johnston

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Hi guys
Check out "From The Bench" By Jeff Bachiochi in the Janurary issue of
"Circuit Cellar" Jeff talks all about this chip and how to implement it in a
design
Michael Johnston
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