With FlexiHub’s Device Isolation, you can make a USB or COM device accessible to a particular session on a multi-user system, or connect a USB to a specific user account on a remote Windows machine.
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It's your call to decide between the optimal speed and best packet size for each USB over IP connection. Also, traffic compression is well-suited for bandwidth- and latency-sensitive isochronous USB devices.
Your credentials are the confidential data you don’t have to expose to anyone. Just create a login token and pass it to anyone you want to share your FlexiHub account with.
Share USB over a network even without the locally installed drivers. Once you attach a USB peripheral to your PC, the device type will be automatically detected, so remote machines will have no trouble connecting it.
Block any of your USB devices from being connected through a TCP/IP network, and it won’t be displayed on the remote machines, thus no one will be able to access it from there.
It’s really easy to filter out devices that are not USB (or COM, or Connected to you). Plus, you can rename machines used for connections.
FlexiChat is an awesome feature, extra handy for Team users. Exchange thoughts and comments with other people logged into your account.
There is the option to show the amount of transmitted data next to every device attached.