Currently, ADTPro is working directly into a serial port on an old Windows XP machine. Works like a charm. I would like to retire the computer and use ADTPro with my desktop machine which, of course, has no serial ports. Run to Fry's Elec and buy an AirLink USB Serial Adapter. Install the driver, configure ADTPro for com 3 (that's where the com port shows up in Device manager), 115,000 b/s, 8 data, no parity, 1 stop, no flow control.
Turn off the firewall and anti-virus on the XP machine.
No changes to the gs.
Fire up ADTPro server and client. Attempt a file xfer. All seems to be working until I select the volume to xfer to, the xfer starts but no xfer happens. And the server side times out.
The server dos box says "SerialTransport opened port named Com3 at speed 115,000'
CommsThread.sendPacket<> block: 0 offset: 0
CommsThread.sendPacket<> backoff sleeping for 0 seconds
The last two lines repeat until it times out.