Adding/Removing Virtual Modem Pool

Modem pool is a group of virtual modems which listen on the same TCP-port. As soon as new incoming connection is established, the program looks for the first available virtual modem in the pool which will accept this incoming call.

Adding Virtual Modem Pool

Virtual Modem

1. Start Virtual Modem program.

2. On the toolbar, click Add Virtual Modem Pool button.

3. Specify TCP-port that virtual modem pool will be listening on for "incoming calls".

4. Use Add and Remove buttons to arrange the list of virtual COM ports which will be used as virtual modems.

Adding Virtual Modem

Some communications programs do not display COM ports higher than COM4. In this case create virtual COM port in the COM 1-4 range.

Note: Virtual Modem supports COM ports overlapping. It means that virtual serial port can have the same name as existing physical COM port.
If overlapped virtual COM port is created, it will be accessed instead of physical one.

5. Click OK.

As a result, the program creates several virtual modems listening on specified TCP-port.

Virtual Modem Pool

Removing Virtual Modem Pool

1. Start Virtual Modem program.

2. Select virtual modem pool you want to remove, then click button.

Virtual Modem Statuses

Virtual modem is not in use now.
Virtual modem is in use by communications application but it is not connected to remote virtual modem.
Virtual modem is connected to remote virtual modem.