No borders. You can configure data stream splitting for multiple ports at once.
Network. TCP Splitter supports TCP and UDP both for the local network and for the Internet.
Protocols. TCP Splitter can convert a data stream from TCP to UDP, or vice versa.
Flexibility. Each port can have its own data stream splitting settings.
DNS. When accessing the Internet, TCP Splitter can handle dynamic IP addresses by using a domain name.
Using locally. You can also create local connections on one computer.
Server mode. When working in the TCP server mode, TCP Splitter can receive data from multiple data sources. TCP Splitter creates a separate connection for each data recipient.
Service mode. TCP Splitter can be automatically launched as a service and set up network connections before any user logs on.
Software reliability. Our drivers for virtual serial ports had been tested with the verifier under all modern OS since Windows XP SP2.
Easy-to-use. TCP Splitter software has a simple, menu-driven step by step set-up.
On-line help. Press the F1 key at anytime and on-line help will appear providing concise and up to date documentation.