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Access remote USB devices over Ethernet. USB over IP Connector 5.0 USB over IP Connector is the perfect solution in those cases when you need to work with some USB device, but cannot connect it directly to your local machine. It will also help you access and manage local USB devices in a virtual session. All that is needed to do is just install USB over IP Connector on a computer with a physically attached USB device (server) and on the computer where you want to use remote USB device (client).




Access remote USB devices over Ethernet. USB to Ethernet Connector 4.0 USB to Ethernet Connector is the perfect solution in those cases when you need to work with some USB device, but cannot connect it directly to your local machine. It will also help you access and manage local USB devices in a virtual session. All that is needed to do is just install USB over Ethernet connector on a computer with a physically attached USB device (server) and on the computer where you want to use remote USB device (client).

Nice product! Have questions into maker - having trouble with security on Serial product - tried this one - cannot duplicate the problem with this product

i have aweb cam and it works well,when i share camera , amessage appear :unable to share specifies usb port , unable to restart usb device

USB to Ethernet Connector 3.0 Restarted two connected computer when we used shared usb port about 1 minute

Hey guys I felt compelled to write you and express my thanks for a truly wonderful piece of software. Your USB to Ethernet Connector was just what I was after and I am ever so grateful for the hard work that you guys must have put into it.I thought it was going to be tricky to set up and get going but I was amazed at how straight-forward it was and managed to share my USB device over my LAN with multiple hosts easierly.Brilliant! Thanks ever so much for some inspirational software technology.I am still testing out ...

Need to share to a Mac I need to share my USB drive from a PC to a Mac. It is pluged into a PC and is formated NTFS. The Mac will see it but will not connect to it.As far as I can see, this software will not help me with that.

Program limits It works, but is not what is needed at this location. We need multiple workstations to have access without the operators having to "turn-on, turn-off". In other words, when one workstation is accessing the USB drive, others can be "locked out", like a firewall. Then when the first workstation ceases activity, the USB drive is again available to the "first come, first serve".





Share and access USB devices over network! USB Server for Linux 2.0 There is no need to use hardware USB switches to share USB devices anymore! Try simply and powerful software solution USB Server for Linux for such purposes! USB Server for Linux allows to share and access USB any devices over local network or Internet. Use remote USB devices as if they are directly plugged into your PC!

hi, i just wanna say, i dont know how to install it, it keeps saying \"installation failed\". im using fedora 13. maybe i need to install kernel heads. but i dont know how.

HiI have downloaded and installed USB Server for Linux. The purpose was to try and get a Lexmark 8350 printer to work with a virtual machine created in VMWare. I managed to get a connection to the USB Server via USB Redirector on the virtual machine. Unfortunately that's as far as it worked. When trying to install the printer it does not pick up the usb device. I have tried installing the Lexmark driver from the original CD, but it was never able to pick up the usb printer. In short, it seems like USB server serves the USB device properly ...

Pricing Windows client is prohibitive Hi,USB server for Linux is great... and I would love to put it to use in combination with USB redirector for Windows. The price is prohibitive though; I think you should consider making it easier to step in, ie. price of Eur 25 for the entry level (one Linux server, one Windows client and up to 4 USB devices).cheers



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