Most of the WIFI boxes come with software that makes the Box's RS232 port look, to windows, like a local RS232 'COM' port. If you use that connection method then you just connect EasyDNC to that COM port. The fact that the port is actually some distance away over the network is transparent. DNC doesn't need to know or care. It just handles it like a local Windows COM port.
But... In my exprience that kind of virtual com port isn't always reliable. Try it of course because it's the easiest. In many cases it does work fine. But also consider the other way. This is where you set up the WIFI box as a Serial Port server. Instead of connecting to the Box's 'COM' port you connect easydnc to the Box's IP address. (In EasyDNC Setup you have the COM Port list. At the very top of that list, above COM1, is the TCP/IP option.
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