TCP Splitter is a software tool that can split a TCP or UDP data stream into two or three identical data streams, so more than one application can simultaneously process the incoming data. For example, you can send NMEA 0183 data to a navigation application and simultaneously log the data using one of our loggers. You can use TCP Splitter to build distributed monitoring systems where data is duplicated.
Two navigation systems may get readings from one sensor.
Log data from your control system using our data loggers if initially this system does not have this feature.
A production line monitoring system is connected to a closed local network and you can make some of the collected data available in the Internet without compromising the security of the local network.
After installing TCP Splitter, start it from the "Start->Programs" group. The program will ask you about creating a new connection. You should click the "Yes" button and select IP settings for a source and destinations in a dialog window. Click the "OK" button in the dialog window. Now, your splitter are ready.