New FlexiHub 3.6 Allows Inviting Others to Access USB & Serial Devices Over Network
Electronic Team, Inc. releases FlexiHub 3.6. This software designed for sharing USB and COM ports now offers Invite feature and optimized network communication.
By: Electronic Team
FlexiHub is totally safe; all users can create their own accounts and set a password to protect them. No matter what network machine they are using, once they submit their login credentials, they will access their private account and shared devices.
FlexiHub 3.6 – What's New?
Invite feature – FlexiHub users can now invite others to access their shared devices. There is no need to allow access to their accounts, only particular devices.
Optimized network communication reduces data traffic.
Improved interface and Gravatar support – to make using FlexiHub even easier.
The ability to keep the connection to a remote device active when the Internet connection is temporarily lost.
The ability to log in to a FlexiHub account using a token. The option to generate a token is available in online personal accounts of FlexiHub users.
FlexiHub 3.6 Highlights (https://www.flexihub.com/
Cross-platform solution. FlexiHub is compatible with most popular platforms – Windows (XP/Vista/7/
Encrypted SSL protocol. FlexiHub employs 256-bit SSL encryption to ensure privacy. This means that connections to shared devices are accessible only by specific users, your data is totally protected.
Reliable connection. With FlexiHub data is transmitted via LAN, UDP and the app's own redirection server, thus the connection is as fast and reliable as it is possible.
Compressed traffic. Sharing ports is often associated with an overloaded unstable network. FlexiHub helps to avoid this problem by compressing data traffic, users can choose the transmission speed and compression rate.
The remaining two paid plans offer various options for sharing multiple devices between multiple network computers (nodes). If sessions are interrupted, you reconnect automatically and there is always FlexiHub's own redirection server to rely on.
Note: COM ports are shared in Windows version only.