Command line options for Mac>Windows connection(Read 4402 times)
Command line options for Mac>Windows connection on: September 25, 2015, 03:05:00 PM
My Windows command:

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UsbService64.exe share-usb-port 2:7 --tcp=8000 --desc=MyiPhone --auth=xamarin --crypt
This successfully starts the sharing:
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UsbService64.exe show-shared-usb
USB Network Gate

iPhone / MyiPhone 2:7   -Crypt: enabled -Auth: enabled  -Compress: disabled     -waiting for connection - 8000

What would be the Mac command to connect to that if the machine were, say, 10.211.55.1? The Mac command line options page is very very incomplete and not very useful: http://wiki.eltima.com/user-guides/usb-mac/command-line-mac.html#connect.

Thanks!



Re: Command line options for Mac>Windows connection Reply #1 on: September 28, 2015, 11:09:46 AM
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What would be the Mac command to connect to that if the machine were, say, 10.211.55.1?

Open a terminal, change the working directory to where the command-line utility (eveusbc) is located:

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cd /opt/Eltima/eveusb/bin
Connect to your shared device by doing the following:

1) find all USB ports shared on your remote server:

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eveusbc explore [remote-host]
replacing [remote-host] with the IP address or network name of your Windows system.

2) establish a connection with one of the discovered devices:

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eveusbc connect [device]
replacing [device] with the output of the "explore" command corresponding to a particular device (omitting the word "remote" in the beginning).



 

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