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Share USB devices over TCP/IP network
Share any USB device with others by using USB to Ethernet 4-Port Network USB Hub
Connect to any USB device anywhere on TCP/IP network.
"Hot" Plug-and-Play installation. USB to Ethernet Connector ensures hot plug-and-play installation.
Isochronous devices are supported
Share your USB device with others over local network or Internet using single application
Auto-connect to new USB devices whenever you plug them in
Network traffic encryption for secure devices sharing
Cross-connectivity: ability to connect to a USB device which is shared on x64 PC from Windows XP x32, and vice versa new!
Shared USB ports are automatically re-configured
Fully compatible with Windows 7 / 8 / 10
OHCI, UHCI and EHCI standards are supported
Fully compatible with HyperThreaded and multi-processor systems
Works under virtual machine
Supported USB Devices
* We cannot guarantee that all the models of the device types mentioned above are supported. If you have found the model you are using fails to work with USB over Network Connector please contact us. Size= 5" Wide by 3.5" Long by 1" tall
The NetUSB is an industrial-strength network-based USB Server for connecting four USB devices directly to the 10/100Mbps Ethernet network running TCP/IP.
By adding this USB Server to LAN, you can network-enable the USB devices and break the traditional five-meter USB cabling distance limitation.
By this implementation, USB devices connected to NetUSB can be made available to remote clients over LAN.
The NetUSB USB Server provides:
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Works well, easy to setup! Review by Redfred1
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I needed a way to add a security dongle for my networked application running on a thin client. Works great... It was easy to setup and no issues so far. The 4 ports gives me some expansion capability for not much more than some of the single port units I saw. (Posted on 3/24/2015)
works with SBIG astronomical cameras + at the same time a usb telescope controller Review by Gary
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Biggest problem with this usb to ip rig was getting past all the Win 8 difficulties.
I really wish the folks at cool drives would post a link on how-to directions with win8 on their site. After a rather tedious install my STL1001E SBIG astronomical CCD camera is working well with the USB to IP adapter and its simultaneously handling usb communications from my SiTech telescope controller. Be advised though, as the previous review eluded to, the computer needs to have the fast I/O to make sure the communications are not disrupted when downloading images (the camera needs ISO-synchronous bandwidth) . I would recommend this hardier model for observatory use..
BTW I have an earlier version of this USB to IP model that has worked well for a couple of years now on Win32 machine ( it's now my backup). (Posted on 5/4/2013)
Works easily for *MOST* common hardware Review by Ed
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Everything works fine, including my USB thumb drive, external mass storage, printer and even controlling/downloading photos from my Canon EOS camera.
However, I cannot use it successfully on my astronomical autoguiding system as it is very IO intensive, or the IP overhead causes the application which runs the autoguider fails. (Posted on 4/20/2012)