USB 3.0 RNDIS mode


#1

Good morning, i ask if it’s possible to use the cable in RNDIS mode. That is I want create a private network point - point with a custom PC - NAS. I wondered if the cable use the PL27A1 or PL2701 chip of profilic logic (as far as the USB 2.0 that use the PL25A1) in order to use the firmware with the PID version 27A5 or 27A7 with the RNDIS capability.
Best regards


#2

Hello,

Thanks for contacting us! Our USB 3.0 Transfer Cable uses the Prolific PL-27A1 chipset. Unfortunately, we haven’t tried this type of setup, and I couldn’t comment on whether or not it would work. The Transfer Cable is designed to be a strictly USB transfer solution, without the need of LAN or Ethernet for Windows computers running XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. You may want to check our product page for more information: https://plugable.com/products/usb3-tran/.

Thank you,

Kevin
Product Owner
support@plugable.com


#3

Hi Kevin, thank you for your answer. Can i ask you if do you have the firmware PID 27A5 or PID 27A7 that handle the RNDIS cable mode?
Best regards


#4

Hello,

Thanks for the reply! No, I am sorry but we don’t. We offer a Transfer Software package: http://easycomputersync.s3.amazonaws.com/EasySyncSetup.exe, but unfortunately do not have other firmware/software or drivers available for the transfer cable. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Thank you,

Kevin
Product Owner
support@plugable.com


#5

solferino77,

I am also trying to use the usb-bridge cable to create a network between to devices. If you find a good solution, please contact me. mark@mlb.net

Thanks


#6

Hello Mark,

Thanks for the reply! Will do, and likewise please let us know if you find a good solution. With so many different variables it is tough to test various scenarios. Please let me know if any other questions or concerns come up.

Thank you,

Kevin

Product Owner

support@plugable.com


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