Command Line Options for Linux

USB Network Gate lets you use command-line options to automate the process of sharing USB devices on the server and connecting to them on the client. Command-line options are available for all license types.

USB Network Gate commands are the following:

For an example on how to share and connect to a device using the command-line interface, please see this FAQ.

 


add – add remote USB port.

break – force disconnect client from local USB port.

connect [password] – connect to remote USB port, reconnect on error.

connect_once [password] – connect to remote USB port, do not reconnect on error.

daemon – ‘reload’ has the same effect as kill -SIGHUP, ‘stop’ will terminate the daemon.

disconnect – disconnect from remote USB port.,/p>

explore host1 [host2 …] – list shared USB ports on given host(s).

help – invoke general help.

license [name][code] – register your copy of USB Network Gate.

loglevel – invoke loglevel notice.

ls – USB ports list.

  • ls local – local USB ports.
  • ls shared – shared USB ports.
  • ls remote – remote USB ports on localhost.
  • ls net – shared USB ports on network/

rm – delete remote USB device from the list of connected devices on the client.

share tcp_port devname [nickname encrypt password] or share – share local USB port on given tcp_port. ‘encrypt’ can be number (set if non-zero) or y, yes, true, encrypt.

unshare | all – unshare local USB port or all ports.

version – show eveusb version.

eveusbc license – show license status.

wait – wait for the daemon reply.

Note: eveusbc should be placed into bin catalog: opt/Eltima/eveusb/bin/ The library is placed in ../lib