My company builds lab equipment which is normally controlled using a PC via a RS232 link.
We've now replaced the RS232 chips in our equipment with Digi-ME modules. The embedded processor in the equipment still 'thinks' it's connected via RS232.
We are re-writing our software drivers to send data to the Digi-Me's TCP port. During one point in the program, the baudrate of the serial connection between the embedded processor and the Digi-ME needs to change from 9600 to 115200 baud.
Our PC driver currently handles this by starting a telnet session and issueing a 'set serial baudrate' command. The telnet session seems to take a little too long and the embedded processor is already transmitting before the Digi-ME has switched over.
Is there any other way to change the baudrate on the Digi-ME? We are currently using the Digi-ME integration kit in our equipment and Delphi 7 for PC software development.