Multifunciton device only half works

  • Jeff

    Jeff - 2012-02-01

    I have a Canon Printer/Scanner/Fax/CoffeeMaker  that I have hooked up to my Linux (3.1.6 machine)…  it shows up as two devices on bus 1-3…  I bind it, and it shows up as two devices….

    On my Windows XP 32-bit machine, I am using the 2.0 drivers and the 1.0 software (as this seems like the only combination that works???) and the scanner is seen, but the printer is not…. I am able to successfully scan with it (which is pretty fast, even over wireless!)  but the printer is not seen…   Any ideas?  Has anyone else had this problem?  If I drag my windows xp laptop to the printer and hook up locally, it works fine.

  • mrgoodkat

    mrgoodkat - 2015-08-31

    I'm having the same problem. I run usbip on dd-wrt and have a Brother DCP-T300 printer/scanner. When I connect to usbip from my desktop only the printer shows up.
    I'm using usbip (usbip-utils 1.1.1)


    Bus 001 Device 005: ID 04f9:0393
    Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002
    Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001
    Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002
    Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003


    Local USB devices

    • busid 1-2 (04f9:0393)
      1-2:1.0 -> usbip-host
      1-2:1.1 -> usbip-host

    On Windows 8.1

    usbip dbg: usbip.c: 424 (query_exported_devices) exportable 1 devices
    1-2: unknown vendor : unknown product (04f9:0393)
    : /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:0b.1/usb1/1-2
    : (Defined at Interface level) (00/00/00)
    : 0 - unknown class / unknown subclass / unknown protocol (07/01/02)
    : 1 - unknown class / unknown subclass / unknown protocol (ff/ff/ff)

    Attaching it:

    usbip dbg: usbip_network.c: 288 (tcp_connect ) connected to
    usbip dbg: usbip.c: 208 (import_device) call from attch here

    usbip dbg: usbip.c: 210 (import_device) return from attch here

    usbip dbg: usbip.c: 217 (import_device) devfd:00C0F8CC

    new usb device attached to usbvbus port 1

    The attached device shows up as printer in Windows, but as Printer,Scanner if connected directly.


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