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ethernet to USB

Hello. I want to use an Ethernet to USB device to connect a Phone remotely to a PC elsewhere on our network. (I’m thinking of using an Anywhere USB http://www.digi.com/products/usb/anywhereusb#overview) or the like. The problem is that this is a phone test application and we will be switching several different phones / hour onto the same USB line (one at a time)

My question is: Can an Ethernet to USB device like this cope with devices being remove and re-connected to a single USB port like this?

Thanks in advance
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IanThCommented:
they are quite common as they are used for virtualisation as usb to a vm is imposible so its needs to be done this way so why wont it work is my question
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IanThCommented:
so what I mean is its got a usb chip just like a pc so if a pc works that way sp will this device
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NicklebackAuthor Commented:
Makes sence. Is sounds like the PC sees the remote USB as just another USB.
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NicklebackAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help IanTh

Regards
 Nickkle
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