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Here are the instructions to install and use the
terminal server logger:
1) Download the
TCP File 3.03 BETA for Windows
for free from
our web site The TLOG client must be run on a Windows Vista or XP
2) After installing TCP File and running it, go to the “Options” tab, and then click
on “Save Options” so the settings can be saved permanently.
3) The “Add” button should now be activated. Click the “Add” button.
4) For the Servers field, enter: COM5 or COM6. Specify in the field the COM port number.
The port number may be found on the back of the machine for example it is on the
upper left or upper right corner.
5) For the “IP address” field, enter: “”. This IP address and the port must be
the ones assigned to the machine with the COM port you are going to use.
6) For “Server” field, type “TCP file”.
7) Click the “Test” button.
8) When it says “The test has been run successfully.” click the “OK” button.
9) Open an administrator command line window (Run as Administrator).
10) The IP and port number and name of the instance of TCP File must be entered like
C:\Program Files\TCP File\TSlog.exe
-ip address
-ip addresstest
11) Press the Enter key.
12) The command line should be returned with a status code indicating the success of the command.
13) If you see “TestTCPFile”, meaning the TCP File client has been successfully installed,
then you are ready to run it.
14) Now you can start logging data to the server by running

TCP-File Crack+ Keygen For (LifeTime) (2022)

This is a versatile tool that allows you to log data received from all kinds of equipment that has a TCP/IP address (for example, Cisco router).
TCP-File ComPort/IP Server combination allows you to record data received from remote serial ports exactly as Serial-File application does with local ports.
TCP-File can be used to log data from one or more Terminal Servers to disk file(s).
A Terminal Server is a device that allows RS232 or RS485 serial devices to be connected to an Ethernet network.
Terminal Servers typically have an Ethernet connector and one or more RS232 or RS485 serial ports. Terminal Servers use TCP/IP network protocol to send the data transmitted via RS232 or RS485 serial port(s) to a given TCP/IP port number. Each Terminal Server has its own IP address and sends all serial data to a specific TCP/IP port number.
Suppose you have one or more RS232 serial devices (e.g. scale, bar code scanner, PLC, telephone PBX system, etc.) and an Ethernet network connection and you want to log the data received from each serial device to a disk file on any computer connected to that network. Then all you have to do is purchase a Terminal Server (approx. $200.00), connect it to your local network and then connect all your serial devices to the Terminal Server.
Now run TCP-File on any PC connected to the local network and configure the program to connect to the Terminal Server and log the data transmitted by serial device(s) directly to a disk file located on this PC. It is all that simple!
Note: FogSoft ComPort/IP Server turns a PC into a multi-port RS232 Terminal Server. You can use TCP-File along with ComPort/IP Server as well.
Suppose you have a number of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) connected via a TCP/IP network monitoring or controlling some process. Suppose the PLCs can transmit status or alarm messages to a TCP/IP port. With TCP-File it is possible to log all such messages to a local disk file!
Here are some key features of “TCP File”:
■ Supports unlimited number of TCP/IP connections;
■ Capable of logging data received via each TCP/IP connection to an individual log-file;
■ Capable of logging data received via various TCP/IP connections


TCP File is a simple TCP/IP and serial port logger, which allows you to record serial data received from any TCP/IP connected devices to a disk file. You can configure and run it as a client or server, you can configure it to read data from one or more disk files, you can configure it to read data from one or more sources simultaneously and can run it as a dedicated server.
You have the ability to log data directly to disk file or use any registered ComPort to send data to a given TCP/IP server. The program can log data via RS232, RS422, USB, Firewire or RS485 devices.
■ Supports unlimited number of TCP/IP connections;
■ Capable of logging data received via each TCP/IP connection to an individual log-file;
■ Capable of logging data received via various TCP/IP connections to the same log-file;
■ Supports both client and server TCP/IP connections;
■ Supports multiple client connections simultaneously when configured to run as a TCP/IP server.
■ 15 days trial
How to License TCP-File:
■ Register for a free trial of TCP-File;
■ Create a free TCP-File user account;
■ Select a log file location and name;
■ Click license and agree;
■ Save license and click OK;
■ Configure TCP-File options;
■ Assign the program to run under different user account;
■ Run TCP-File as client or server;
■ Run TCP-File to log data to given disk file or use a ComPort to send data to given TCP/IP server;
■ Check or change TCP-File options;
■ Adjust TCP-File options if you want to save money and/or space on disk file;
■ Run TCP-File as a multi-client and/or server;
■ Test TCP-File;
■ Run multiple instances of TCP-File (e.g. as a Server and as a Client).
■ Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Win7
■ Mac OS X 10.2 or later
Description of Supported Serial Ports:
RS232 (DS0, 1, 2, 3, 4)

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TCP-File is a simple and powerful tool for logging data from any TCP/IP computer to one or more files on any local machine. It is possible to select files on any number of remote machines and copy data from these selected files to local disk.
If a particular TCP/IP server is not connected to a LAN (local area network), the remote file(s) is/are not available for logging data. In such cases, TCP-File retrieves file(s) from the “Internet” (regardless of the Windows firewall).
WARNING: make sure that the selected file(s) exists on remote machine(s) before using this tool. Otherwise, TCP-File will destroy the selected file(s)!
After using this tool, the log files on the remote machine(s) are deleted automatically.
■ TCP/IP connection logging;
■ Log files can be created on any local computer (local area network);
■ Log files can be copied to any remote computer over the Internet;
■ Log files can be copied to local computer (local area network) over the Internet;
■ Log files can be copied to any number of remote computers simultaneously (which means multiple remote computers can log data to the same log-file simultaneously).
If you are using TCP-File to log TCP/IP data, the following restrictions apply:
■ Number of remote machines that you can log to at the same time is limited (may be due to the limitation in number of open ports on the remote machine);
■ Data only transmitted to a particular remote machine (you can’t log all data received by the remote machine).
■ New log files are created on the same remote machine after 30 days.
■ Log files created on the remote machine expire after 30 days.
■ Log files are first copied to the local machine before they are deleted automatically from the remote machine (server).
■ Log files are first copied to the local computer before they are deleted automatically from the remote computer (client).
■ Supports both client and server TCP/IP connections;
■ log data received via any number of TCP/IP connections;
■ log data received by the “Internet” (regardless of the Windows firewall);
■ log data that is received by the remote computer and transmitted to

System Requirements:

The minimum requirements for Battlefield™ 4 are as follows:
Operating System:
Windows Vista or newer (64-bit only)
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or newer with 2 GHz or faster processor
256 MB DirectX® 10 compliant video card (NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 or ATI® Radeon™ HD 4800 series)
Version 11
Broadband Internet connection
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