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Old 25th September 2008
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Default Setting up a multi-card serial server

Just about everything in my data center has COM port access to one degree or another and I want to build a serial server to allow me access through a universal portal. I've got a PC dedicated to this purpose running FreeBSD 7-STABLE, and I've got 4 PCI cards with 2 COM ports each that use the Moschip 9835 chipset.

I've been looking for examples of something like this online for a couple days with no real luck and was interested in knowing if anyone's already accomplished this and/or if anyone can point me in the right direction.

Edit: I'm interested in the area of serial console redirection

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