Serial to Ethernet Connector runs as a daemon. SEC Daemon is a program that provides access to shared serial ports over the network.
SEC Daemon listens for connections from other Serial to Ethernet Connector instances, initiates outgoing connections and transfers data from a serial port to network and vice versa.
It is normally started at boot from /etc/init.d/
Note: the command-line options override values specified in the configuration file.
The command-line options are:
-p, --process - Do not daemonize (run as a usual process)
-l level, --loglevel level - Set default loglevel. Possible values are: emerg, alert, crit, err, warning, notice, info and debug
-L, --systemd-log - Log to stdout in systemd-compatible style
--group group - Run the daemon with a specified primary group. Default is the primary group specified by password database for the given user
--config path - Load nonstandard configuration file.
--help - Print help and exit.
--version - Print version and exit.