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transfer file from one pc to another pc

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is there any terminal that transmit file via rs232 and recieve that file. if any please help me with tutorial
 

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You can do it with Hyperterminal (which is part of most Windows operating systems).



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okey but its using modem and i want to use serially at baud rate of 9600.
 

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As far as I know you can use Hyperterminal with or without a modem.

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As far as I know you can use Hyperterminal with or without a modem.

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but when i send file then its ask me for protocols and what will be the method of getting file as i am sending and recieving jpeg file or audio file
 

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It probably doesn't matter too much as long as you use the same protocol for sending and receiving! Try Kermit or Zmodem.

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