Linux utilities applications

USB to Ethernet Connector

Usb
  • size: 27.1 MB
  • company: Eltima Software
  • Demo

Licenses

  • $89.95 1 USB port on Linux

    USB to Ethernet Connector by Eltima is licensed according to the number of shared USB devices. Every server (the computer where you are going to share a device at) requires a separate license. Client modules of USB to Ethernet Connector are always FREE.

  • $195.95 2 USB ports on Linux

    USB to Ethernet Connector by Eltima is licensed according to the number of shared USB devices. Every server (the computer where you are going to share a device at) requires a separate license. Client modules of USB to Ethernet Connector are always FREE.

  • $399.95 10 USB ports on Linux

    USB to Ethernet Connector by Eltima is licensed according to the number of shared USB devices. Every server (the computer where you are going to share a device at) requires a separate license. Client modules of USB to Ethernet Connector are always FREE.

  • $699.95 Unlimited USB ports on Linux

    USB to Ethernet Connector by Eltima is licensed according to the number of shared USB devices. Every server (the computer where you are going to share a device at) requires a separate license. Client modules of USB to Ethernet Connector are always FREE.

Break USB cable's 5 meter limit!

By intercepting USB port activity of a shared USB device and redirecting it via TCP/IP network USB to Ethernet Connector lets you access your printer, scanner, web-cam, USB dongle or any other supported USB device from your home PC, office laptop or anywhere any time! Just plug the device in and it will automatically appear on the remote side of the connection.

Thanks to our USB over Ethernet sharing technology you can secure your USB data by enabling traffic encryption and access your USB devices remotely via WiFi

Highlights:

Share USB port over LAN/WAN/VLAN/VPN/Internet

Need to share one or many USB devices among multiple computers? USB to Ethernet Connector is the solution! Now any user can print, scan, or fax from any computer in your office. You can add a password to control remote user access.

Plug USB devices in virtual machines & blade servers

Looking for a way to connect a USB device to virtual machine software or blade server? Install USB to Ethernet Connector on a guest operating system (virtual machine, blade server) and access your USB peripherals from remote virtual desktop right away. We are VMware, VMware ESX, Citrix XenDesktop and Microsoft Hyper-V ready!

Share your device from anywhere to anywhere

USB to Ethernet Connector gives you so much anticipated possibility to share the device on a Windows PC and connect to it from a Linux one. Or vice versa! Thanks to a new cross-platform compatibility of USB to Ethernet Connector, server computer can be a Linux or Windows one and the client side can be any of them too. Don't forget: the client module of the software is always free!

Access USB devices over Wi-Fi

There's no need to change your existing network configuration to let your employees share a new USB device - it can be accessed wirelessly from desktops and laptops in your office. Just share an USB printer, scanner or other device on a single PC, and all your network users can work with it as if it was connected to their computer.

Access USB over RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol)

The common problem you may face when using Remote Desktop Connection is that you are unable to access local USB devices. USB to Ethernet Connector allows you working with any local USB devices in a remote session. All you have to do is install USB to Ethernet Connector to a local PC with physical devices connected (Server side) and to the remote desktop (Client side). After that you can easily access your local USB devices while working in a remote desktop session.

Full features list:

  • Share your USB device with others over local network or Internet using one application
  • Shared USB devices can be easily accessed 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 and utilize a shared USB device, only one client can connect to a shared remote device at a time though
  • Auto-connect to new USB devices whenever you plug them in
  • Shared USB ports are automatically re-configured 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 multi-processor systems
  • Integrate USB over Ethernet technology into your own applications (OEM license only)
  • Initiate connection with a client from the server side (callback connection) - currently for OEM License owners

Demo version limitations:

  • 14-day trial
  • You can share only 1 local USB-device

Platforms USB to Ethernet Connector for Linux was tested on:

  • (K)Ubuntu 9.10 (karmic koala)
  • (K)Ubuntu 10.04 (lucied lynx)
  • Fedora 13 "Goddard"
  • OpenSuse 11.2
  • ArchLinux

Interface languages:

  • English

updated: 11.10.2010

added: 11.10.2010

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