Connect Your USB Devices Remotely Over Any Distance
Use FlexiHub to share your local USB devices with your team through the network, and freely access remote peripherals wherever they are, even if that’s the back of beyond.
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FlexiHub Personal —
Get Devices from Anywhere
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No Drivers Required
Data Transfer speed — up to 50 Mb/sec
Unlimited support USB devices
Optional traffic compression
With FlexiHub, only you get to decide on whether you want to speed-up data communication by making use of traffic compression (can be extra handy while dealing with bandwidth-sensitive isochronous units) or stick with the best packet size mode.
Share Tokens, not credentials
FlexiHub login tokens are there for you to not have to reveal your username and password, but still get to share your account with other people, so that they too can benefit from remotely accessing USB over Ethernet.
No hassle with drivers
As long as the PC you’ve shared a USB device from has all the necessary drivers, you won’t need to install any of those on remote machines. At the very moment you connect to a USB peripheral with the aid of FlexiHub, the device type is automatically detected.
Just enable the "Keep connection active" option and no failed Internet connection will ever disrupt your workflow or damage your files. Even if the communication is erratic, your remote PC will maintain access to the shared USB device until the connection is reestablished.
If you don’t want a particular USB peripheral to be accessible through the network, FlexiHub has a feature that allows you to lock said device so it won’t even show up on the list of the remote devices available for connection.
Exclusive feature: Redirection Server
With FlexiHub’s Redirection Server, there’s no need for an external IP address to set up a USB over Ethernet connection. This means that you’ll need no fiddly configuration process to access USB peripherals linked to other subnet machines.
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Through FlexiHub, you can make all types of USB devices accessible through the network.
All types of COM port devices
Go cross-platform in the right way
We have FlexiHub versions for Windows, Linux, Android, and macOS that are totally intercompatible in all possible combinations. Say, you can freely use your Mac to operate a USB scanner attached to a Linux machine or browse a portable hard drive linked to the Android device from a Windows PC.
FlexiHub subscription plans
Take up one of the options that suit your particular requirements.
Put simply, you won’t get charged for the first 30 days of your Personal subscription plan. Take the time and use the app’s powerful toolset to the maximum extent possible for each individual user gets one free demo version.
The number of nodes that can share an account during that period will be limited, plus, you can’t use any nodes logged into another active FlexiHub account.
A free demo period is unavailable in some countries.
Basically, that’s how many devices can be shared with FlexiHub at a given instant. As an example, if you have a 2-connection subscription, you can share 2 peripherals at a time no matter how many machines you've installed the app on.