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Old 27-01-2009
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Networking through USB

hi there ..........
i have a small query regarding networking. can anyone suggests me that is it possible to connect network using or through Universal serial bus (USB)?
if anyone can provide few reviews on it i will be very much thankful to you........
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Re: Networking through USB

hi there .......
try to visit this below given link.......
it will provide the entire information on USB connectivity........

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/art...s/usbmain.html
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Re: Networking through USB

For proper working of Internet

Install dhcpd from the installation cd's, and in /etc created dhcpd.conf

Insert in it :

ddns-update-style interim;

After that reboot your machine and then try to run dhcpd from command line but it will say it was not configured for eth0.

Then proceed towards internet config wizard and under ethernet was an option for usbnet which will be not available before. Using that you will be asked one more time to reboot your system and the you will online .
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Re: Networking through USB

Whether it's USB 1.1 or 2.0, there's always a host computer controlling the device. Now, PLX has made some breakthrough in allowing host ports to become guest on another computer. The evolutionary tech, called USB Duet, has several advantages, notably for networking via a regular USB cable. Applications include speedy PC migration over Hi-Speed USB as Vista launch date nears and for simple file transfers that totally bypasses heavy traffic Ethernet & WiFi networks.


PLX visions all motherboards will have one so they can make big bucks off licensing the USB Duet which can be integrated to a PCI bus. Supposedly, USB Duet will eventually migrate to Wireless USB.
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