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This behavior is due to a security enhancement that was introduced in the v1.38 firmware for 2nd generation AnywhereUSBs. By 2nd generation models, we are referring to all models other than the leg... Jul 06, 2017
@ This issue can happen due to several reasons. Listed below are the most common causes.1. A software firewall, such as Windows Firewall, may be blocking port 3422 TCP that the AnywhereUSB uses. E... Jul 06, 2017
The configuration of the AnywhereUSB device@can be saved to a file. @@@The backup configuration can be done through the web interface.@@@ Note:@@ The legacy/1st@generation AnywhereUSB/5 does not ha... Jul 06, 2017
All current AnywhereUSB models have DHCP clients@and auto-IP enabled by default.@ The Device Discovery Utility for Windows@is@used to configure IP settings.Related KB article:@ Jul 06, 2017
Per the USB specifications, the maximum cable length from a USB port (or USB hub) to a USB peripheral device is as follows:For a Low Speed (USB 1.0) device:@ 3 meters (about 10 feet)For Full Speed ... Jul 06, 2017
*** For INTERNAL use ***This information is used to explain the different type of traces (logs) for the AnywhereUSB products.The files below are located on the Intranet in the IO Networks tech supp... Jul 06, 2017
Background: @AnywhereUSBs use a naming convention for the firmware file on each model type. @For example, the AnywhereUSB/14 has a firmware of 82002081_x, and the AnywhereUSB/2 has a firmware of 82... Jul 17, 2017
AwConsole is a command line interface (CLI) version of the (GUI) AnywhereUSB Configuration Utility. With this utility, you should be able to perform any action that the AnywhereUSB Configuration U... Jul 06, 2017
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