Virtual Modem 2.1.1
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Virtual Modem 2.1.1 offers you a great too which can bring you many rich features. There are many old data-centric applications that, for historical reasons, use direct modem connections to exchange data between Client and Server. Nowadays, local and global TCP/IP networks have made the direct modem connection obsolete.
When you use a direct modem connection, you need to have a physical modem installed on each PC that needs to exchange data. You also must use a physical phone line. This makes the line busy and may even be costly, if long distance calls are required. Modem transfers are also not secure. A hacker doesnt even need to have an access to your phone line. Your data can be easily intercepted with a remote phone line scanner. In a TCP/IP network, on the contrary, you can use the power of a VPN (Virtual Private Networking), SSH or any other secure tunnel to ensure privacy and security.
There are a lot of reasons to move from a direct modem connection to TCP/IP networking. But, how can you do this without investing thousands into new software? Virtual Modem from FabulaTech provides a cheap and effective solution. This program creates virtual modems that use your local network or the Internet instead of a physical phone line.
How does it work?
- The virtual modems are accessible to all the applications that work through a direct modem connection. Setup is no different from setting up a physical modem. You simply select a virtual COM port in your communication application settings. The application can control the virtual modem directly by sending AT commands or with TAPI (MS Windows Telephony API). Thus, Virtual Modem should work out-of-the-box for all your communication programs.
One of the very useful Virtual Modem features is its "Address Book". The Address Book allows you to transparently translate phone numbers into IP addresses. You dont even have to change the phone numbers in your communication programs. Just put them into your Address Book.
- Virtual modems look and work like real hardware modems
- Applications use virtual modems directly from virtual serial ports or through TAPI
- Virtual Modem can originate or answer TCP connections with any other device, including computers running another copy of the Virtual Modem.
- Up to 256 virtual modems can be created
- Virtual modems can "dial" to remote virtual modems using IP address (or computer name) and TCP-port instead of phone number
- Virtual modems can accept "incoming calls" from other virtual modems
- Phone book. It allows you to simplify switch to virtual modems from hardware modems. You can specify telephone number corresponding to IP address (or computer name) and TCP-port of remote virtual modems.
- Once created virtual modems are operable at each system startup (even prior to user login)
- Support of main AT commands
- Support of main S-registers
- User interface
- User-friendly program interface
- Hot virtual modem creation and removal, without computer reboot
Enhancements: Developer API components digitally signed.
Requirements: no special
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