Virtual COM via GPRS
Virtual COM is a software driver that adds a virtual serial port (e.g. COM5) to the operating system and redirects the data from this port via a TCP/IP network to another hardware interface, which is specified by its IP address and port number. Virtual COM over GPRS has been widely used in remote control applications.
1. M1000 Pro works as TCP server with fixed public IP or dynamic public IP (using Auto SMS Notification, each time when M1000 Pro has a new IP will auto send SMS including IP to preset phone);
2. PC installed virtual COM software works as TCP client with any IP, connect to TCP server on demands.
1. PC installed virtual COM software works as TCP server with fixed public IP or dynamic IP with domain name;
2. M1000 Pro works as TCP client with any IP;
3. M1000 Pro works under wakeup by SMS/Caller ID modes, after wakeup auto connect to the TCP server, and disconnect when reach maximum idle time (no data flow).
In both scenarios, after TCP connection established, which is a bi-