We don't sell the actual hardware because there's hundreds of companies making hardware that works and we don't want to recommend any specific one.
There's lots of WIFI/Network Serial Port servers out there.
Most WIFI/Ethernet serial devices will be supplied with Virtual Com Port software that makes the remote serial port appear as a local COM port in Windows even though the physical serial port is some distance away over the network).
But many users prefer not to use that software. They prefer to set up the WIFI device as a serial port server and access it via its IP address. They say performance is better. Because of that you'll see in RemoDNC Setup (in the com ports list) there's the option to use IP address instead of com port.
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