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USB 2.0 Over IP Network 4-Port Hub, Share any USB Device Over TCP/IP Network

USB 2.0 Over IP Network 4-Port Hub Share USB Device Over TCP/IP


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Manufacturer: USBGEAR
Barcode: 729440625078
Part Number: USBG-4NET
Warranty: One Year
In Stock: Yes
Ship Weight: 1.5
COLOR Black
Size: 5x3.5x1
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Product Rating: ★★★★★

based on 5 review(s)

Product Description


Access and monitor USB and serial devices over TCP/IP network, works with existing POS or other application software and is excellent in virtualized environments such as VMware®. It creates systems redundancy and increases security to simplifies operations and reduces IT support.

Spec Sheet

Features

  • USB 2.0 Over IP Network 4-Port Hub Share any USB Device Over TCP/IP Network
  • RJ-45 Ethernet to 4 USB ports - Provides four USB ports over TCP/IP networks
  • Eliminates USB distance limitation by utilizing wired or wireless LANs
  • Support Multi-function printer feature
  • LEDs for power, system network and device status
  • Reset function: reset all functions back to factory default settings
  • Network Protocol TCP/TP, UDP, DHCP
  • IEEE 802.3 compliant 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port
  • Supports Isochronous devices up to 12Mb/s (full speed) perfect for audio/video applications

INTRODUCTION

The NET-USB-4A is a 4-Port USB2.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter that is designed for a client PC to work with the remote USB devices over local a network or Internet as if they were connected directly to your local PC.

The built-in high performance processor supports 4 high speed USB2.0 ports to connect a wide range of USB-based devices to an Gigabit Ethernet network or Internet. It allows multiple USB devices to be shared with many client PCs over Internet.

It supports screw lock features for the downstream (USB type A) connectors with the screw lock USB cables. It prevents from disconnecting the USB cables accidentally.

The NET-USB-4A provides the scalability to quickly adapt devices to new USB technologies. Multiple modules can be added to Ethernet interface allowing you to add USB connectivity as needed. Complete product line offer many choices help you to expand and make your network grow with your requirements.

With the USB Plug-and-Play feature, simply plug in, follow the instructions of Install Wizard, then you are done. You do not have to deal with Card Slots, I/O address, IRQ jumpers, DMA and others when you are connecting the USB devices. The System will recognize the device and install the drivers automatically. The NET-USB-4A is an ideal solution for your expanding applications.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • IEEE 802.3 compliant 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet Port with full duplex operation
  • Supports Auto-Cross Feature for Ethernet different Cables
  • Fully compatible with USB1.0 and USB1.1; Forward compatible with USB2.0, the USB connector equips the Screw Lock Mechanism
  • Supports 4 High Speed USB ports (USB2.0)
  • Supports Screw Lock Mechanism for USB Connectors
  • Supports USB Bus Power
  • Backward Compatible with USB1.1 Devices
  • Compatible with bulk, interrupt and isochronous type USB devices

OS Support

Windows XP, 2003, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10

Power Requirements

 

A wide range +7~24V DC power Input for internal network and USB bus power

Environmental:

  • Operating Temp.: 0 to 55?C (32 to 131?F)
  • Storage Temp: -20 to 85?C (-4 to 185?F)
  • Operating Humidity: 5 to 95% RH

Form Factor:

  • (L) 5.98" (W) 2.36" (H) 1.03" (15.20 x 6.01 x 2.63 cm)

Product Highlights:

  • Provides 4 USB2.0 Host Ports over Ethernet or IP
  • Allows Working With Remote USB Devices as with Local Ones
  • Multiple USB Devices Can Be Shared on Server
  • Supports USB Devices Safe Removal function
  • Auto Sharing of New USB Devices
  • Works in USB Hub Mode or Ethernet Mode
  • USB Devices Can Be Switched to USB or Ethernet Host
  • Metal Case and USB Screw Lock Mechanism
  • Enhances the Reliability
  • IEEE 802.3 10/100/1000Mbps, Auto Cross-over Ethernet Port
  • Compatible with Bulk, Interrupt and Isochronous
  • Type USB Devices
  • Supports High Speed/Full Speed USB2.0 Peripherals
  • DC Jack for DC 7~24V Power Input
  • User-Friendly Web and PC GUI Interface
  • Supports WinXP,2003,Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Windows 10
Important Technical Information:
Cross-connectivity: ability to connect to a USB device which is shared on x64 PC from Windows XP x32, and vice versa new!


USB 2.0 Over IP Network 4-Port Hub Share USB Device Over TCP/IP

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Product Rating: ★★★★★ based on 5 reviews

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It works, but had initial problems with installing the drivers & such on the included media, few little PC bugs. Had to do some research on the "Error 1603: A fatal error occurred during installation" problem. Solved it with a little cleaning up, resetting & restarting, but still a PIA. Windows 10 Pro System.. the old Windows "Plug & Pray" scenarios are still just a prevalent on the latest greatest Windows OS as they have been since I started with Windows 95 all those years ago!!
TheMadOne!
May 16, 2016
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I have other USB hubs from CoolGear and they are great. Pricey but great industrial strength hubs. In this case this device has not worked out for me. My goal was to use this with several USB devices for example USB to RS-232 adapters. And also some higher end USB cameras. Unfortunately in my case I have not been successful using any make/model USB to RS-232 adaptor (and the manufacturer states these devices are not supported). Nor have my cameras worked either. Often times I get a the BSOD (Blue screen of death) trying to connect to this device. Simply put this product is not for me!However, it works great with memory sticks, USB thumb drives, I have to assume USB printers too. But, outside of anything but basic USB devices like these I have found it doesn't foot the bill for me. I was surprised out how few of the devices I tried would actual work but I am not your average or normal user either.Again the company puts out great products for the most part so this is not a reflection on them in anyway. Just this particular product was far too limited for my applications.
StarFishMan
April 23, 2014
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Allows you to have USB support from your virtual machines (I run VMware ESXi Hypervisor), from anywhere in your home network.So in other words, if your hypervisor machine is buried in your basement, you can have this unit up in your office, and have devices like scanners, printers, flash drives etc, plugged in at your desk and access your VM over remote desktop on your laptop to make it seem like that pc is right next to you.
SSDguy
November 3, 2013
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When it works, it works well, hence giving 2 stars. Streaming audio from a VM under Hyper-V just fine, as the old Digi USB 1.1 USB-Over-IP box I had just couldn't cope with the throughput. However, the drivers for this device are dreadful. Expect daily crashes for no apparent reason, and almost always crashes when unplugging a device. Cannot find any online drivers which are newer. Running Windows 7 32-bit. If the drivers were stable, this would get 5 stars.Driver version as came with mini-CD in the box: "Nu (Network USB) USB Server Version 0.0.4.9.rev 8 July-13-2011. PSM DLL Version 2.0.5.2 December-08-2008. Copyright 2011 USB Server. [...]"-----After writing the review above, I did some more searching. It seems there are later drivers and firmware available if you know where to look. [...] Looks like you need the E2868/E3868 firmware, which as of writing, latest was 2.055, 14th June 2012. The unit was shipped with firmware version 2.032. The latest Windows 7 32-bit update (Referred to as WHQL 11.1027.0050 on that site) moved up to USB Server Version 0.0.4.9.rev.17 April 09 2012. PSM DLL Version 2.0.5.3, December 8-2008 (same date as 2.0.5.2....!). There are also beta WIndows 8 drivers available. Can't comment on how much more stable this will be yet...
Lowenna
May 2, 2013