Exsys EX-6001 Download Drivers and Manual

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Exsys EX-6001
4 x USB 2.0 over IP (LAN), metal case
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Thank you for purchasing this 4-Port USB2.0 USB Server (hereinafter
referred to as ďThe USB ServerĒ). It provides an ideal solution to use USB
devices over Internet instantly. With its Client Software, the network
users can use the remote USB devices over local a network or Internet
as if they were connected directly to your local PC.
The USB Server supports High speed USB devices like Printers, scanners,
digital cameras and USB Flash drives over the network. It is ideal for
home office, small office or industrial applications that access the USB
devices remotely.
?? Provides 4 USB2.0 Host Ports over Ethernet or IP
?? Allows Working With Remote USB Devices as with Local Ones
?? Supports High Speed/Full Speed USB2.0 Peripherals
?? Supports USB Screw Lock Mechanism Enhances the Reliability
?? IEEE 802.3 10/100Mbps, Auto Cross-over Ethernet Port
?? DC Jack and Terminal Blocks for DC +
Connector Layout
?? DC Jack and Terminal Blocks Power Connectors: A 7V~24V DC
Power is required for this product. Power is supplied from either the
DC Jack or the Terminal Blocks, but not both at the same time.
?? RJ45 Ethernet Connector: 10/100Mbps Ethernet port. It supports
auto cross-over feature. You can use the same cable to connect
to either a Hub/Switch or a host computer.
?? LED Indicators: There are 4 LAN LEDs on the rear panel. They are
described as the following table:
Hardware Installation
1. Use static electricity discharge precautions.
Remove possible static discharge potential from any objects that
the Adapter may come in contact with before installation. This
can be accomplished by touching a bare metal chassis rail after
you have turned off the power.
2. Attached the DC power source: there are 2 connectors can be
added the power to the unit. One is the DC Jack (by the AC /DC
Adapter) and the other is the 2-pin terminal blocks.
3. Connecting LAN cable: Use a standard straight-through Ethernet
cable to connect to a Hub or Switch. If you connect the USB
Server to your computerís Ethernet port instead, you donít need
to change to a cross-over type cable since the Adapter provides
auto cross-over feature.
4. Connect the USB Serverís USB ports to your USB devices.
Software Installation
The USB Server comes with user friendly client software which maps USB
devices connected to the USB server onto the local host machine. To
access the USB devices on the USB Server, each Client PC should install
this utility. We call it USB IP Admin Software Utility.
This GUI Utility provides Device Mapping functionality for a user to
connect and disconnect various devices found on the network. It also
includes a Server Manager that lists and provides option to configure
various setting on the USB server remotely.
The Utility was shipped in a Install Shield in the following folder on the
driver CD:
To Install the Install Shield, please go to the above folder, double click
the setup program in the folder, follow the instruction of the installer to
complete the installation.
As soon as the utility is installed this application will be placed in the
system tray as shown in the figure below.
Double click the icon on the system tray to view and run the Utility in
the Full screen mode on your client PC.
For the more detail about how to use this Utility, please refer to the PDF
manual file in the same folder on the driver CD.
Other Peripherals
Exsys EX-6001
4 x USB 2.0 over IP (LAN), metal case
Operating Systems
Windows 2000-XP-Vista-7-Linus-MacOs
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Installation Steps
1. Copy the Disk to any folder on the PC.

2. Install the NUPort driver either from Single image or CD-ROM image.

3. Run the setup.exe application. This installs the bus enumerator driver.
It also launches NUPortAdmin tool. Click on "Start Device Mapping" option will start the device mapping function.

4. The NUPortAdmin application will detect servers present on the network.
It lists these servers on the GUI and installs the usbipbus driver for them.

'Add new hardware' window appears if a particular server is detected for the first time.
Click next for the drivers to get installed automatically.

5. For virtualization of the network USB devices use device mapping functionality from
mainmenu functions or left treeview.

6. For managing the server use Server Manager functionality from main menu functions
or left tree view.

7. To connect a device select the device click on the 'connect' option
in the GUI from toolbar or popup menu or main menu. To disconnect, click on the 'DisConnect' option of the above options.

On connect 'Add new hardware' window appears if it is the first time.
Specify the path of the folder where the drivers are located on the PC.

8. For start/stopping the device mapping functionality use start/stop device mapping options in the
Toolbar (or) popup menu (or) main menu.

9. To uninstall go to the Add Remove programs in control panel and select the virtual USB-Over-IP and Click on the remove button, it will uninstall the driver.

It is better to close the Nuport Admin tool before you uninstall the SW.

10. For exiting (closing) the NuportAdmin utility, use 'Exit' menu option which appears when
right click on Nuport Admin System Tray icon.

- Device mapping view will show the servers and devices of all the subnets which the host PC is configured with.
- Server manager view will show only thoser servers which are present in the first subnet of the host PC.
Printer sharing facility
Steps for first time installation of the Printer & Enabling printer sharing feature:
1. This feature is for connecting to the printer automatically and releasing it after job is done.

2. First check the if the printer is installed or not. For this select device mapping
functionality and select Printer Sharing option from Toolbar or popup menu or main menu.
Then it will display the Printer Sharing dialog.

3. If the printer is all ready installed then you will get printer name, port number, serverIP
in the above dialog. Then check port number & server IP matches of specified printer then the printer
is installed and it is in Printer Sharing mode.

4. If the printer is not installed, then connect the printer manually, for this select the printer
click on the 'connect' option from toolbar or popup menu or main menu then it will install.
(Note: This installation of printer needs to be done manually only once.
Once it is installed, Printer Sharing facility can be used automatically.)

5. After installation for enabling the Printer Sharing functionality,
use the Printer Sharing feature from toolbar or popup menu or main menu.

6. When clicking the Printer Sharing option, a dialog will be
displayed with all the printers which are installed through nuport-admin tool.

7. Select the check box to enable the Printer Sharing feature. & De-select to disable it. If the Printer
is already connected to the Client PC and then Printer Sharing is selected a message box is displayed to
disconnect the printer before enabling Printer Sharing when we click on the "Save" option.
Enabling Printer Sharing will turn OFF the Auto Connect feature for the device which is mentioned in the
"Note" section in the dialog.
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