The Lantronix XP1002000-04R will be discontinued on January 31, 2013 and the deadline for final purchases is April 30, 2013. A replacement part: XP1002000-05R
will be available February 1, 2013. The Lantronix XP1002000-05R will use the 00-08-A3-XX-XX-XX Ethernet MAC Address range.
The XPort™ embedded device server from Lantronix is a compact, integrated solution to web enable virtually any device with serial capability. By incorporating XPort to a product design, manufacturers can quickly and easily offer serial to Ethernet networking capability as a standard feature — so they can be accessed and controlled over the Internet. The XPort™ is a complete network enabling solution enclosed within a ruggedized RJ-45 package. The XPort empowers original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to quickly and easily go to market with networking capabilities built into their products. Smaller than the average person’s thumb, the XPort embedded device server dramatically cuts the typical internal development cycle for adding networking capabilities from 6 to 9 months down to as little as 60 days. As the demand for device connectivity increases exponentially, Lantronix removes the complexity manufacturers face by incorporating all the required hardware and software inside a single embedded solution. The XPort incorporates all essential networking features, including a 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet connection, a proven operating system, an embedded Web server, e-mail alerts, a full TCP/IP protocol stack and 128-bit AES encryption for secure communications.