06-09-2009, 08:13 PM #1
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FSUIPC USB Devices attached to another PC
I have had to temporarily relocate my FS9 machine outside of my home cockpit. I have a few USB devices eg) rudders that normally I would plug directly into the FS machine. Given that the FS machine will now be located 30 ft away I would like to be able to plug the rudders directly into another client pc I have in the cockpit and communicate through the network to the FS machine.
I am running all the Dowson software eg) FSUIPC/Wideclient/Wideserver etc. Has anyone been able to attach rudders, for example, into a client pc rather than the FS pc and communicate through the network to the FS machine with FS and FSUIPC on it?
Any help would be appreciated.
P.S. I know there are other USB calbe extenders but I would like to run these USB devices through the network.
06-10-2009, 07:00 PM #2
Re: FSUIPC USB Devices attached to another PC
FSUIPC or WideClient/server cannot send BIOS-data. Those software can send only data they receive from software wich is directly communicating with FSUIPC or WideClient/server.
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