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JonathanDavies

Hi

I can communicate on COMM1 (5331) port no problem from Flash to serproxy.exe

However I cannot for the life of me get this to work on ANY other port. I need to get it to work on COMM3 in order to communicate with the Arduino, but I keep geting the standard message:
'Failed to open comm port - connection refused'

I am 99.99% confident that my serproxy.cfg file is correct and I have tried changing this mutiple times to different configs etc. I am running Windows 7. Unfortunately I am not a port expert...

Here is my serproxy.cfg for reference:

# Config file for serproxy
# See serproxy's README file for documentation

# Comm ports used
comm_ports=3

# Default settings
comm_baud=9600
comm_databits=8
comm_stopbits=1
comm_parity=none

# Idle time out in seconds
timeout=-1

# Port 3 settings (ttyS2)
net_port3=5333

Many thanks
Jonathan

JesseB

Hi there,

Any results? I'm having the exact same problems on windows 7 64bit. I've triple checked everything, right baudrate, comport etc.

here's my ser config:

newlines_to_nils=true

comm_baud=115200
comm_databits=8
comm_stopbits=1
comm_parity=none

timeout=300

comm_ports=1
net_port1=5333

Louis Davis

You may be interested in these blog posts:

http://cote.cc/blog/serialproxy-v014-can-use-com-ports-above-9
http://lj9.mexinetica.com/bloginetica/comentarios.shtml?2011.04.12.10.09.22.+01.
http://digitalhacksblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/it-worked-for-me-serial-proxy-arduino.html

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