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There are 65,535 virtual ports, all of which are connected to the network. Depending on the type of data passing through them, each one could have a distinct purpose. Transfer Control Protocol (TCP) or User Datagram Protocol (UDP) or both are used on these ports.

In a one-to-one relationship, a virtual server is used to redirect a specific external port to an internal port. This would allow connections from the WAN to reach the LAN side of your network.

A software-based virtual serial port on a PC displays one or more virtual serial port identifiers that other applications can see and interact with as if they were real hardware ports, but the data sent and received to these virtual devices is handled by software that manipulates the transmitted and received data to make it look like real hardware.

On your Windows computer, install the Virtual Serial Port Driver. Install and run the application on your computer. In the main window of the application, select "Pair." To create a pair of virtual serial ports, click the "Add a new pair" button.

An Ethernet port is also known as a LAN port. On computers, servers, modems, Wi-Fi routers, switches, and other network equipment, both words refer to the same socket. The Ethernet protocol, designed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, is the source of the term Ethernet port.

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