u2ec on asus RT-n66u and Linux(Read 11229 times)
u2ec on asus RT-n66u and Linux on: April 03, 2013, 05:16:44 PM
Hi

I think I'm right that the version of u2ec is on the RT-n66u router to enable their 'EZ Printer Sharing' on windows is your 'USB Network gate'? Probably modified.
I have this working fine for printing and scanning on windows but if possible would like the same functionality on Linux.

I have installed your 'USB Network gate' for linux but when I scan for remote devices, with logging set to debug, this is what appears in syslog
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Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Trying to scan server '192.168.1.1' using port 5473 ...
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Scanning server '192.168.1.1) : thread started
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Scanning server '192.168.1.1)
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Scanning server '192.168.1.1): sending request
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Scanning server '192.168.1.1) : waiting for data on socket 27
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Configuration scanner: server '192.168.1.1', 'RootHub#1|Port1:3394!'
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Configuration scanner: server '192.168.1.1', parts 1
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Configuration scanner: server '192.168.1.1', part[0]='RootHub#1|Port1:3394'
Apr  3 00:33:26 me-VirtualBox eveusbd.bin: Scanning server '192.168.1.1) : Protocol error

Is there anything I could do to get this working ?
Is the source of eveusbd.bin available for a non-commercial use ? I guess Asus have already paid a license fee but decided not to develop a Linux client which is a shame.

Thanks



Re: u2ec on asus RT-n66u and Linux Reply #1 on: April 04, 2013, 02:48:51 PM
Hi,

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I think I'm right that the version of u2ec is on the RT-n66u router to enable their 'EZ Printer Sharing' on windows is your 'USB Network gate'? Probably modified.
The mentioned printing utility is presumably based on our drivers. But since this piece of software was not developed by our company, we are not aware of its functional peculiarities. It is likely to employ a different protocol than the current release of Eltima USB Network Gate, and thus the two won't work together.

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Is the source of eveusbd.bin available for a non-commercial use ?
USB Network Gate is a closed-source product. The access to the source code is granted only by the Source Code License (which is obviously the most expensive license option available).



Re: u2ec on asus RT-n66u and Linux Reply #2 on: April 04, 2013, 03:11:13 PM
Cheers for the reply.

I sort of thought that would be the case but it never hurts to ask.  ;)




 

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