Does vDOS support printing to IP addressed serial print servers? We are using an old DOS based label program that prints to Com1 and Com2 simultaneously (they have 2 different label sizes on the 2 printers). Currently both printers are connected to the serial ports on the DOS computer running the app. We want to move the label app to a Win10 computer and run it under vDOS. We need to forward Com1 and Com2 to two IP Addressed serial print servers. We are using Troy SER-8S-1 XCD Serial Print Servers.
Those print servers will also publish a network name. Else you could connect a Windows printer, for instance Generic Text Only, to those and assign the DOS/vDos COM ports in config.txt to the matching Windows printers.
You could try using com2tcp from com0com project. Null-modem emulator (com0com) - virtual serial port driver for Windows: com0com.sourceforge.net/
The Null-modem emulator can be used to provide serial interface for COM port redirectors. For example, with the com2tcp ( COM port to TCP redirector, part of the com0com project ) you can communicate via serial interface with the TCP/IP servers. If you feel that com2tcp is what you need but can't find some required features (for example RFC 2217 support) then try use hub4com instead.