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The USB to Ethernet connector is a professional solution that allows you to share any number of USB ports and devices on your computer over LAN / WAN / VLAN / VPN / Internet. Remote computers (clients) can connect to computers (servers) to communicate with USB devices and connect to shared remote ports as if those devices were directly connected to the client computer. I can’t tell the difference for all applications running on remote USB devices. And treat them as local. The USB to Ethernet connector shares a USB port rather than the device itself, so if you connect any USB device to the shared USB port, remove this device and connect another device, it will automatically be on the remote client side without any additional configuration. Is displayed.With the USB-Ethernet connector, you can:• Share the USB device with the local PC (server) so that it can be used with the remote PC (client).

• Share any number of USB devices

• Freely remove the USB device and connect another device to the server’s shared USB port — the device will automatically appear to the client

• Give the USB device a custom name (label it) so that the client can easily identify it.

• Set an authentication password to enable traffic encryption

• Disable the current connection from the server side

• Access remote shared USB devices from virtual machines, remote desktops, or blade servers

• Access remote shared USB devices via Wi-Fi

• There are two types of connections to remote devices: “connect” and “one-time connection”, the latter of which allows clients to establish a one-time connection without attempting to restore if it breaks. ..

• Find out who currently occupies a shared USB device on another client

Full feature list:

• Use one application to share your USB device with others over your local network or the Internet

• Shared USB devices are easily accessible from virtual machines (VMware, VMware ESX, Microsoft Hyper-V, • Citrix XenDesktop, Virtual PC, etc.).

• Share an unlimited number of USB devices

• Any number of people can connect to and use the shared USB device, but only one client can connect to the shared remote device at a time.

• Automatically connect every time you connect a new USB device

• The shared USB port is automatically reconfigured every time you boot your PC

• USB v1.1 and v2.0 compatible

• OHCI, UHCI, and EHCI standards are supported

• Fully compatible with hyper-threading and multiprocessor systems

• Integrate USB over Ethernet technology into your own application (OEM license only)

• Initiate a client connection from the server side (callback connection) — Currently for OEM license holders

• Works with virtual machines (support for VMware, VMware ESX Server, Citrix XenServer, and Microsoft Hyper-V)

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