Keyspan USB Server
Keyspan USB Server
2.1b4

4.0

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Keyspan USB Server free download for Mac

Keyspan USB Server2.1b4

04 December 2007

USB network server for Keyspan devices.

Overview

Keyspan USB Server allows you to configure multiple USB devices to Keyspan hardware over a network.

What's new in Keyspan USB Server

Version 2.1b4:
  • includes 10.5 support (beta).

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How would you rate Keyspan USB Server app?

3 Reviews of Keyspan USB Server

Anonymous
26 January 2005
Version: 1.1

Most helpful

I really looked forward to getting my hands on this Server. I have two printers and wanted to use them both depending on the print job. Unfortunately, I have not gotten it to work properly. I am running Windows XP Professional and have the print server connected to a port behind an AT&T Wireless router. I can't see the Server from either the Desktop or the Laptop I have. While it appears that nothing is wrong with the Server, I do have a problem with not being able to get any help from the Keyspan FAQ site. It would help if they placed more troubleshooting hints on their site.
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4
Alanbbr
09 February 2008
Version: 2.1b4
I have 2 hard drives for use with Time Machine on a 12" PowerBook and a 15" MacBook Pro. Backup and restore work like the disk is plugged in locally. But the driver does not handle the Mac going to sleep. You must disconnect the disk volume before the system goes to sleep. Also, you must eject the volume before you disconnect it (ejecting doesn't disconnect either). I have not tested this with other USB devices.
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Anonymous
03 August 2005
Version: 1.3.1
This is the software component only - you need to buy the actual USB Server box as well. http://keyspan.com/products/usb/server/
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Anonymous
26 January 2005
Version: 1.1
I really looked forward to getting my hands on this Server. I have two printers and wanted to use them both depending on the print job. Unfortunately, I have not gotten it to work properly. I am running Windows XP Professional and have the print server connected to a port behind an AT&T Wireless router. I can't see the Server from either the Desktop or the Laptop I have. While it appears that nothing is wrong with the Server, I do have a problem with not being able to get any help from the Keyspan FAQ site. It would help if they placed more troubleshooting hints on their site.
(0)
Free

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
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