I have had good luck with a product called a "Rocket port" by Comtrol.
The one I have uses one IRQ to work across 4 additional serial ports.
I have had good result with it under Windows 95 and have recommended it to
many users of DX4WIN.
Their home page is under construction, but here is the URL:
It does have the phone number, email, and address.
As I recall, the four port board I bought was about $210. I believe they
have boards with u to 32 additional ports!
I think if I had to do again, I would have bought the one with 8 ports.
It's only about $50 more.
73 de Steve, NJ4F
At 09:27 AM 2/27/98 -0300, email@example.com wrote:
>I'm using a serial port card 4-Com by the STB System Inc. This card is
>provide 4 serial ports and is supposed to share the IRQ. Actually it
>does only in DOS mode, using it under Windows 95 I have experienced some
>problems either under native Windows software or with DOS software
>working in a DOS window.
>There is another serial port card in the market that really shares the
>IRQ under Windows 95?
>Thanks in advance.
>73 DX de PY2YP - Cesar
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