What USB Network Gate’s сustomers say
Sharing MHS Scoring Software dongle over LAN
One Hyper-V server with some virtual machines, 2 dongle of MHS software with licence keys in USB format.
I’ve installed the MHS software on a virtual machine inside of hyper-V and I put the dongle on another Physical PC. I used the USB Network Gate (full install for share USB) on the Physical PC with 2 Dongle and I shared two USBkeys by using USB Network Gate.
Later I’ve installed USB Network Gate (installation will only connect to devices) on the same virtual machine as MHS software.
For the last step I’ve connected to shared USB front virtual machine to physical machine over LAN and I’ts working really fine!
I wanna thanks Borys Khokhlenko for his support and his team for the rest.
Have a nice day!
Sharing office peripherals over the Internet on Windows 10
Our modern offices have plenty of USB devices that need to be shared among multiple employees. There are various printers, scanners, laser plotters, etc. which do not natively support redirection to other workplaces in the office. In cases when an office occupies several floors or even buildings, this may become a real problem.
USB Network Gate comes to the rescue with its powerful USB port virtualization technology. The software works across any network and allows forwarding the USB device port to any networked machine.
With USB Network Gate, there’s no need to use additional hardware or cables. No complex connection configuration as well. The app has an absolutely intuitive interface and lets you share devices on Windows 10 so that you can connect to them from a Mac or Linux, or vice versa.
Remote access to licensed USB security dongles
I work for KUKA Systems, the world’s leading provider of system solutions for the automotive industry. As a robot manufacturer, we offer the full range of products and services starting from the individual components to cells and turnkey systems.
Recently we’ve been working on a large virtual commissioning project for Daimler and required a special software named “WINMOD”. Given that we did not have enough hardware license keys for this software, we had to “borrow” some from our German parent company that had plenty of licenses for “WINMOD”. For that, we required a reliable software solution that would share these license dongles over the network.
Our German colleagues recommended that we use USB Network Gate to redirect USB keys across the Internet. We tested the software and the trial version worked flawlessly. USB Network Gate is very convenient to use and the HMI is very nice.
Thanks to your software we can access some very specific license dongles from our German parent company, and it saves a lot of money for us. If not your software, we would have to purchase lots of additional expensive license dongles.
Adding USB-passthrough capabilities to proprietary devices developed by iCOGNIZE GmbH.
At iCOGNIZE GmbH, we develop high-end security technology and biometric recognition systems. Our company mainly focuses on biometric authentication devices that can be used at nuclear power plants, bio-labs, data centers, etc.
As a provider of biometric solutions in the field of physical and logical access control, we were looking for a reliable software tool that would help us establish the USB connection to one or more proprietary devices over the network. This connection needed to be created between an embedded system on the server side and the client running its own operating system.
We have tried a plenty of other solutions before coming across USB Network Gate. This app seemed to be more flexible and user-friendly compared to the competitors. One of the biggest advantages of this program is that it offers the source code option, which makes it possible to customize its functionality and integrate it into our own solutions.
Thanks to USB Network Gate, we don’t need to use a dedicated piece of silicon, the software can be run on our own embedded devices.
Making USB devices accessible to other networked computers
Because of some of the work I do in a virtual environment, from time to time I need my USB devices to be shared over the network. Looking for an easy way to solve this problem, I came across USB Network Gate by Electronic Team, Inc. The solution turned out to be very easy to use and efficient in sharing USB ports for remote access.
By using this app, I can connect to a locally attached external hard drive and save files to it from several virtual machines. Also, this program made it possible to create cross-platform connections, that is access a USB device shared on a macOS from a Windows PC or Linux, and so on.