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About the application

General information


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.




You can configure data stream splitting for multiple ports at once.

Each port can have its own data stream splitting settings.

TCP Splitter supports TCP and UDP both for the local network and for the Internet.

TCP Splitter can convert a data stream from TCP to UDP, or vice versa.

When accessing the Internet, TCP Splitter can handle dynamic IP addresses by using a domain name.

You can also create local connections on one computer.

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.

TCP Splitter can be automatically launched as a service and set up network connections before any user logs on.


Typical use cases:


You can find four typical use cases for TCP Splitter in this section.



In no case shall we be liable for any loss or damage incurred by using this software product.


The user can try out the demo version of this product for twenty-one (21) days. During the trial period, the user can create only two connections on one computer, and the traffic through each connection is limited to 56 kilobytes.


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