With FlexiHub you can share connected USB devices over IP, and the other way around – you can access devices attached to remote computers in your network as if they were inserted directly into your machine.
With FlexiHub you can manage your devices remotely, i.e. you do not have to be physically present at the remote end to connect or disconnect a device. Your computer becomes a USB over IP hub, and you can view and manage devices attached to the remote computers.
Once you connect a USB device to a machine, the software will detect and display its type automatically. When connecting USB over IP, this helps to identify a device - a webcam, printer, scanner, USB hub, etc. – especially if there are multiple devices connected to a single computer.
Not only you can share a USB device over IP connected to a computer, you can also block access to any device attached to your local machine. Users on the network will not be able to view and manage it without your permission as it will not be displayed on others’ computers.
FlexiHub routes traffic through its own Redirection Server, so it is not required for your computers to have a public IP address. That means, even when computers are not able to discover each other on the network, you will still be able to connect to the shared USB devices over IP and use their functionality remotely.
Advanced 2048-bit SSL encryption is used by FlexiHub when transferring USB data across TCP/IP. Thanks to such extra security measures, there is no need to worry that any valuable data can be intercepted and read by unwanted identities.
The function of data compression will improve the responsiveness of certain devices when connecting to USB over IP. Especially such feature will be handy for those USB devices that tend to send the uncompressed data.
FlexiHub works on the most common and popular operating systems – it perfectly shares USB over IP on Windows, Linux, and Mac. Moreover, you can connect absolutely different computers to your account. That means, that it is possible to share USB over IP on Linux, and then connect to that device on Mac.