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    Hi Mike:   USB to ethernet goes the wrong direction; it's kind of a
    one-way conversion. What's needed is a mini-server. What you have
    connects a computer to an ethernet using a USB port on the computer
    and some software to make the port look like an ethernet port. Won't
    work "backwards", I think.<br>
    Don<br>
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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 09/02/2014 05:49 AM, Mike Jameson
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      <div dir="ltr">Thanks for reminding me about this, I have wondered
        whether one of these USB to Ethernet extension devices would
        work with my USRP1.  For $4.85 inc delivery I've just bought
        one:<br>
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          <div class="gmail_extra">Will keep you posted in a week when
            it arrives.<br>
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              Mike Jameson M0MIK BSc MIET<br>
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            <div class="gmail_quote">On Tue, Sep 2, 2014 at 6:38 AM, djl
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                Has anyone SUCCESSFULLY used an ethernet device server
                with the USRP1 and Gnuradio on Linux? I'd like to be
                able to access my USRP1 from any one of several
                different computers on my local wired network.  Printer
                servers for wired networks seem to be reasonable in
                cost, at least for 10/100 lan types.  Latency might be a
                problem.<br>
                Thanks.<br>
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                BTW, I have had to give up on hooking gnu radio to wsjt
                on the same Linux box. I am, after all, 76 years old
                now, and I simply don't have the ten tears or so to
                spare trying to understand the Linux sound card stuff,
                even with the massive amount of  information available
                on several wikis, websites, forums, and other
                kaabalistic and oracular sources :-)<br>
                Don<br>
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