RS232C SERAL connection lets you use your PC to connect to UNIX
machines that has no graphic card support or where direct access to
console is not available. To use the SERIAL connection with
Xshell, the host system must have SERIAL interface
To connect to a remote host using SERIAL connection:
In Port, select a RS232C parrallel port number that
Xshell installed PC is connected. Generally, IBM compatible
PCs use COM1 and COM2 by default. If a SERIAL port is not available
as for few notebook computers users, you can use the USB-to-SERIAL
devices to emulate the RS232C port
In Baud Rate, select communication speed. This value
must match the value of the server. Generally, 9600 is used.
In Data Bits, select the size of transmitting data unit
in bit. This value must match the value set in the server.
In Stop Bits, select number of bits to indicate the end
of data unit.
Parity is used for checking the error in transmitted
data unit. Select appropriate parity value depending on your server