I have done a sufficient number of experiment in copying and executing files over the sernet@230400 to say that it is working.

I copied also some files over the net, bigger than 1Mb, and then compared byte by byte. I would like to say that @230400 sernet should work:-).

The cable I used is coming originally from Laplink package and it is clearly visible that the cable construction quality is excellent, the usb/ser adapter is a Digitus one, the "PC" is a Mac Book pro using Win10 with Parallels...and finally QPC.


On 21/01/2018 01:11, Peter Graf via Ql-Users wrote:
My experience is that internal SER cards for PC tend to work reliably at
up to 230 kBaud without handshake, while most USB-SER coverters don't.

Usually you notice it only during long file transfers.

Am 21.01.2018 um 00:11 schrieb Dave Park via Ql-Users:
Once you're up into 230k territory, the quality of the cable starts making
an extraordinary difference, even if there is UART support for that speed.

On Sat, Jan 20, 2018 at 3:25 PM, Peter Graf via Ql-Users <
ql-users@lists.q-v-d.com> wrote:

Hi Fabrizio,

configuring the driver in Win10 there are available different predefined
speeds, including 460800, so I assume it should work at least from PC

I know, but that tells nothing about what the adaptor can physically
hanlde. I have a lot of experience with that, unfortunately. Nine out of
ten adaptors which allow to select such high speeds, can't even handle
230 kBaud PC to PC reliably.

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