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USB to Ethernet Connector
USB to Ethernet Connector

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USB to Ethernet Connector is a professional solution, which allows sharing any number of USB ports and devices on your computer over LAN/WAN/VLAN/VPN/Internet. Remote computers (clients) can connect to your computer (server) and communicate with USB devices, plugged into shared remote ports, as if those devices were connected directly to client computers. All applications that work with remote USB devices won't see the difference and will treat them as local ones. As USB to Ethernet Connector shares USB ports, not devices themselves, you can plug any USB device into shared USB port, then unplug this device and plug in another one, and it will automatically appear at the remote client side without any additional configuration.

With USB to Ethernet Connector you can:
• Share USB devices on the local PC (server) so that they become available for usage on the remote PC (client)
• Share any number of USB devices
• Freely unplug USB device and plug in another one into shared USB port on the server — the device will automatically appear on the client
• Give custom names to your USB devices (label them) to let clients easily identify them
• Set authorization password and enable traffic encryption
• Disable current connection from the server side
• Access remote shared USB devices from virtual machine, remote desktop or blade server
• Access remote shared USB devices via Wi-Fi
• Two types of connection with remote devices are available: "Connect" and "Connect once", the latter allowing client to establish one-time connection without attempts to restore it if broken
• See who currently occupies shared USB device from other clients' side

USB to Ethernet Connector for Windows — What's new in this version

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

USB to Ethernet Connector (Released: October 4, 2010)
1. Added: support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 Beta
2. Added: sample application code for major development environments — for OEM License owners
3. Added: possibility to control USB devices (both on server and client machines) directly from your own application by executing u2ec.dll functions — for OEM License owners
4. Added: possibility to initiate connection with a client from the server side (callback connection) — currently for OEM License owners
5. Added: disabling connection with a client is possible from the server side
6. Added: two types of connection with remote devices are available now — "Connect" and "Connect once", the latter allowing clients to establish one-time connection without attempts to restore it if broken
7. Added: support of external USB sound cards
8. Added: computer name of the client which currently occupies shared USB device is displayed in the list of available shared USB devices on other clients' side
9. Added: possibility to label USB devices (set custom names, displayed on both server and client sides), which will help identify them if several devices of the same type (e.g. two printers) are shared
10. Added: special icon is assigned to devices if traffic encryption and authorization were set on the server to secure the connection
11. Added: automatic check for updates
12. Expanded: list of supported webcams
1З. Improved: USB dongles (hardware keys) support
14. Improved: overall program stability
15. Improved: error logging
16. Improved: USB device name detection and its reflection in USB devices tree
17. Improved: dialog on the client side for entering password is invoked only if remote shared USB device requires authorization
18. Fixed: issue when USB to Ethernet Connector required administrator privileges and failed to run under user account on Windows Vista
19. Fixed: connection failure after USB to Ethernet Connector service restart, when password authorization was enabled
20. Fixed: connection problems if shared USB device name contained "!"
21. Fixed: issue with Activity log getting overwritten and taking too much disk space if the client failed to connect to the remote USB device


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