Next we’ll look for the USB network device. If it’s visible in device manager, look at the network adapters menu. You can open it by right clicking on the network icon and then selecting “open network and sharing center” it may slightly different on your version of Windows.
Then select change adapter settings. There may be a USB network adapter listed here. (Prolific 25X10). If so right click and choose properties and then choose TCP/IP to set a static IP address that is in the same subnet as the Linux machine you want to connect to
Again, I apologize if this is inaccurate as I don’t have a cable available to test with. I’ll be able to give you a better answer tomorrow, but this is where I would start.