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USB to Ethernet

USB to Ethernet Connector lets you work with any USB device, connected to a remote PC, via local network or Internet. You will work with it as if it was connected to your PC and applications working with it won't even see the difference. USB to Ethernet Connector works with a USB driver at the system level. It intercepts USB port activity towards the shared device and redirects it via TCP/IP to a remote site, where it is handled accordingly. To achieve such functionality, USB to Ethernet Connector is installed on all computers that take part in the communication process. USB to Ethernet uses client-server architecture (server side has the USB device physically attached to it, while client side connects to a remote server and uses the services it provides). Note, that each side can be a client as well as a server at the same moment. USB to Ethernet Connector shares USB ports, not devices. The benefit of this solution is that you may plug in a USB device, connect to it from the remote PC, detach the device, then plug in another one, and the latter will automatically appear at the client side. An unlimited number of USB devices that can be shared simultaneously, auto-connecting new USB devices whenever they are plugged in, the ability to work with virtual machines, these are only couple of USB to Ethernet key-features. Also, shared USB ports are automatically re-configured every time you boot your PC. The software is fully compatible with Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista and with HyperThreaded and multi-processor systems. An advanced and robust architecture, network traffic encryption, a wide range of supported USB devices and standards and the simple usage make USB to Ethernet Connector a real pleasure to work with.


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