FREE Serial Port Monitor has a simple interface, so to begin serial logging you just need to select the serial port, choose where to file serial communication data, define RS232 port's parameters and click "start". Logs in the text file will represent all details about serial port communications and RS232 dataflow.
FREE Serial Port Monitor can be installed and used under Virtual Machines, like VMWare or Virtual PC. Such functionality can be successfully used for testing. Our serial port logger is great for learning purposes, too.
Using the Telnet protocol (RFC 2217), the server and client can communicate and exchange configuration details. They can alert the local host if changes are made to the COM port setting or their line states.
It traces serial port state in real-time and collects precise data about real RS232 connection and serial dataflow exchange in your system. This gives real-life examples of how connection between any serial COM port and applications establishes and how it develops. With FREE Serial Port Monitor it's simple to see and learn how serial ports work!