The USB device server is easy to install and configure. Simply connect each device to the server (up to nine devices using a hub) and plug a network cable in the hub and device server. It supports LAN plug-and-play so you can just use the standard windows configuration utility included with each device server.
So if you're looking for an easy and fast way to connect and share printers, hard drives, scanners, and more, this device server is the perfect office companion for each of these peripherals. Configuration is quick and painless and you'll save time and money by sharing the most common devices used in today's offices.
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- Connect 4 USB devices simultaneously
- Superior performance for networking USB 2.0 Hi-Speed devices
- Maximize productivity of USB printers, Multifunction Printers Scanners & Storage devices
- Share up to 9 USB devices with a USB hub
- Device interface: USB 2.0 Hi-Speed A type x 4
- Network Interface: 10 Base-T / 100 Base-TX (Auto-detection) x 1
- Configuration: Quick Setup utility, Admin Manager utility, Web Browser, TELNET, HP Web Jet Admin compatibility for configuration and management
- Print server: Windows 98/Me, Windows 2000/XP, Windows Server 2003, UNIX/Linux, Mac OS 8.6 or higher, Mac OS X 10.2 or higher
- Scanner server: Windows2000/XP, Windows Server 2003
- Storage server: Windows 98/Me, Windows 2000/XP, Windows Server 2003
- TCP/IP: TCP#9100, LPD, FTP, IPP, POP3, SMTP, APOP HTTP, TELNET, JCP, SNMP, DNS, DDNS, DHCP/BOOTP, RARP, ARP, IPv6
- AppleTalk: PAP, ATP, ZIP, RTMP, NBP, DDP, AARP, AEP, ELAP
- Windows: NetBEUI, NetBIOS over TCP, WINS
- PRICOM SX-5000U2, Quick setup guide, AC adapter, Warranty booklet, CD-ROM with configuration utilities & PDF manuals
- 5.9 x 4.7 x 1.0 (in) / 150 × 120 × 26 (mm)
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I recently purchased and returned a Belkin product that claimed to do the same thing your product does. However, only one PC at a time could be "connected" to the external drives or the printer. Each PC had to "request" access from the PC that was currently connected to that device before it could use it. This required that someone physically had to release the connection at the second PC when requested by the first PC (or visa versa). Does your solution allow multiple simultaneous connections to USB devices or does it work the same way that the Belkin device does?
The device server will establish a 1:1 connection with your devices, which will lock the device so that it cannot be simultaneously accessed by other devices on the network> However there is a timeout feature that if the device is unused for a specific amount of time (default is 10 minutes) it will be released and can be used by anyone. You can adjust the automatic disconnection time throught the Web browser controls or a TELNET session.
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