Hi, In October 2009, I posted an article about D-Link's Shareport USB Utility (see e.g. http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg557390.html) to linux.debian.user. Do you remember? I posted to http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9513066#post9513066 too. I've tried analyzing packets with Wireshark, under Windows, to find how my D-Link DIR-635 actually communicates with the computer to share some USB peripheral through the network, thanks to the SharePort utility (which is only available under Windows). This did bring much info, and, as a result, I can reasonably assume that OpenWebNet is the related router's Shareport counterpart. Here are some traces: * router->computer: openwebnet (20005) > tr-rsrb-port [ACK] (1996) * router->computer: openwebnet (20005) > tr-rsrb-port [PSH, ACK] (1996) * computer->router: tr-rsrb-port (1996) > openwebnet [PSH, ACK] (20005) That is, D-Link's SharePort utility apparently uses the openwebnet protocol. Do you have any idea about how it could use it? I checked the syntax, but I can't understand the link with the USB peripherals. Thanks. -- Merciadri Luca See http://www.student.montefiore.ulg.ac.be/~merciadri/ I use PGP. If there is an incompatibility problem with your mail client, please contact me. Do not triumph before the victory.
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