The method I use to connect over the network to several different hardware devices that only come with USB and/or serial interfaces is to colocate an inexpensive Raspberry Pi as the protocol converter.
This method is highly flexible and not limited to the protocols that a specific model of hardware adapter might support. There are multiple RaspberryOS(Linux) utilities that will turn TCP or UDP packets into serial port signals (perhaps thru a USB-to-serial adapter, etc., if needed). Or one can write a script or Python program to customize your network interface protocol to whatever hardware device you might want to use (serial, USB, Bluetooth, SPI, I2C, audio, buffered raw GPIO logic levels, isolated relay contact closures, etc.)
Then connect to the hardware device thru the Raspberry Pi (or equivalent SBC) over your LAN, or even remotely over a WAN network.