XPicoWiFi/Usb

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Revision as of 13:29, 4 May 2015

This is an Alpha Feature of 1.4 firmware. Features are subject to change. Please contact a Lantronix Field Applications Engineer to get firmware that supports this feature


USB Communications Protocol

The USB interface of the xPico Wi-Fi is a device-side, Full speed (12Mbps) port. When plugged into a USB Host, it will enumerate as a RNDIS Ethernet device.

Drivers

No special drivers are needed for the xPico Wi-Fi. The operating system of the host needs to support RNDIS as a network interface. Most Debian Linux distributions have built in support in the kernel. Most Windows operating systems also have built in support for RNDIS.

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