Hi, since RS232 is mostly gone in modern PCs, I wanted to use one of the many USB<->TTL adapters.
Looking around there are many with a Prolific chip, some with CP2022 and also some with FTDI.
Prolific is bad, as these allow only the "standard" baudrates. But CP2022 accepts also the Lynx-Baudrate of 62500Bd!
Important: Most TTY examples check only for those standard baudrates. But Windows sends _any_ down to the driver.
Reading back returns the actual baudrate used!