With the help of USB Network Gate for Mac, you can easily work with remote USB devices over Internet/LAN/WAN as if the remote devices were connected directly to your computer. It can access a printer, scanner, Webcam, USB dongle, or any other supported USB device from any remote location. It can share a USB device with any remote computer. Just plug in the device and it will appear on the remote side of the connection automatically. Mac, Linux, or Windows machines can be clients or servers. You can use shared USB devices on virtual machines (VMware Fusion, Parallels, VirtualBox, etc.), and share any quantity of USB devices. Shared USB devices can be used by multiple clients, but note that only one client can connect to a device at a time. You can easily access USB devices over Wi-Fi, LAN, etc.
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release greatly improved the sharing mechanism and the application’s speed and stability. Network traffic compression was implemented, speeding up interaction with the device. The UI was completely redesigned and now supports Apple’s Retina displays. Support for USB 3.0 devices running on USB 3.0 ports was added. Shared USB devices are now automatically detected by the client and are added to the list of available devices.
Release Notes: Greatly improved sharing mechanism and application speed and stability. Adds network traffic compression to speed up interaction with the device. A completely redesigned UI with support for Apple’s Retina displays. Adds support for USB 3.0 devices running on USB 3.0 ports. Shared USB devices are now automatically detected by the client and are added to the list of available devices, etc.
Release Notes: This release adds full support for OS X 10.7 and 10.8, including OS X Lion Server and Mountain Lion Server. It adds support for USB devices with multiple USB configurations (iPhone, iPad, etc.). It adds sharing of USB multifunction peripheral devices (MFP). It adds a freerdp plugin. Access to shared USB devices in a remote desktop session is possible.