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Share USB over Network

USB Network Gate easily connects one or more remote USB devices to your computer over Ethernet (Internet/LAN/WAN) as if the device was plugged into your own machine. Doesn't matter if you are in other country or in next door office, you can always use remote scanner, printer, webcam, modem, USB dongle or anything else as if they were connected directly to your PC.

Easily access remote USB devices

USB Network Gate (former USB to Ethernet Connector) easily connects one or more remote USB devices to your computer over Ethernet (Internet/LAN/WAN) as if the device was plugged into your own machine. It helps you share a USB device over Ethernet among multiple computers so people from all over the world (or your office) can use it. Now you can access your printer, scanner, web-cam, USB dongle or any other supported USB device from your home PC or office laptop anywhere any time!
USB over Network
For Developers (OEM/Source Code)
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USB over Ethernet
USB Network Gate gives you the highly desirable capability of sharing USB device on a Windows PC or Mac OS and connect to it from a Linux device. Or vice versa!
  • Share USB port over LAN/WAN/VLAN/VPN/Internet

    Need to share one or many USB devices among multiple computers? USB Network Gate (former 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 Network Gate on a guest operating system (virtual machine, blade server) and access your USB peripherals from a remote virtual desktop right away. We are VMware, VMware ESX, Citrix XenDesktop and Microsoft Hyper-V compatible!
  • 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 Network Gate allows you to work with any local USB devices in a remote session. Moreover you can set your remote machine to automatically detect and connect to shared USB devices momentarily, as if you just plugged the device in a remote machine physically.
  • 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.
Supported devices
USB Network Gate (former USB to Ethernet Connector) easily connects one or more
remote USB devices to your computer over Ethernet.
Supported devices
If you know of a device that does not belong in any of the above listed categories but works fine with USB Network Gate, please contact us to claim a free license!

Note that we cannot guarantee that all the models of the device types mentioned above are supported. If you have found that the model you are using fails to work with USB Network Gate, contact us. We will highly appreciate your assistance in this matter.
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All the info about USB Network Gate can be found in our Knowledge Base
  • USB Network Gate
    for Windows
    Available from $89.95
  • Demo version limitations:

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

    • Windows XP (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows 2003 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows 2008 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows server 2012
Before using your USB to Ethernet Connector I had no way to share USB over network. You guys did an awesome job developing a software like this! Read more...
— Eric Tichenor, Lead Software Engineer