you need
  • - a computer with Internet access
  • - browser
  • - system administration skills
  • - Advanced Virtual COM Port
  • - USB Serial Converter or Virtual Null Mode
Guide
1
Download and install the Advanced Virtual COM Port.To do this, open your browser and go to http://www.advancedvirtualcomport.com/files/AdvancedVirtualComPort.zip .This program includes the network and local functions of virtual port COM.It can create a virtual port and join him through a virtual cable modem via a network or the Internet.These ports are created in the program looks the same as the real ones.They work similarly.Run the program, follow the steps of the port by clicking the "New Port", select the source generated by the port.Follow the instructions.Then go to "Control Panel", select "Device Ma
nager", make sure there is the emergence of a new port in the port list.
2
download drivers for virtual port to deliver a virtual com-port on the computer, site http://com0com.sourceforge.net/ .Unpack the archive to a folder with the driver, connect the USB cable to the computer.The other end of the cable, where two DB-9 connector, will not connect.Further, the equipment is automatically set.Select "Search for a suitable driver for the device", indicating its location.Then click "Browse" and select the downloaded driver.In the next window, click "Finish".After installing the USB Serial Converter will launch the installation wizard serial port.Repeat the installation wizard of the new hardware.Restart the computer to make a virtual com port.Go to "Control Panel", "System", click "Device Manager" and observe the emergence of a new port.
3
Download and install Virtual Null Mode.Creating a virtual com port by using this program is a fairly simple procedure.After installation, the program will offer to create a new device, select "Yes", then select the port numbers, click the "OK" button in the window and in the dialog box.Next, the program will establish virtual ports on the computer.Restart your PC, go to the "Device Manager" and check the appearance of new ports.