[Nut-upsuser] Tripp-Lite INTERNET525U

Arnaud Quette aquette.dev at gmail.com
Thu Nov 8 22:34:34 UTC 2012

2012/11/8 Kris Jordan <nut.kj at sagebrushnetworks.com>

> Kris Jordan wrote, On 10/25/2012 11:30 AM:
>  Charles Lepple wrote, On 10/25/2012 4:18 AM:
>>> On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 2:47 AM, Kris Jordan
>>> <nut.kj at sagebrushnetworks.com> wrote:
>>>> I assume some kind of USB debugging will need to be done? And can that
>>>> be
>>>> easily done (software-wise) on Windows 7 Pro x64?
>>>> I don't have a convenient Linux test system at hand for the moment,
>>>> though I
>>>> do have a few VM's (assuming the extra layers don't get in the way).
>>> Unfortunately, it sounds like our usual suggestions for Windows tools
>>> won't work:
>>> http://libusb.6.n5.nabble.com/**Working-preferably-free-USB-**
>>> sniffer-for-Windows-7-x64-**td8754.html<http://libusb.6.n5.nabble.com/Working-preferably-free-USB-sniffer-for-Windows-7-x64-td8754.html>
>>> It is easiest to have Windows in a VM, and do the USB capture from a
>>> Linux host running the virtual machine manager (VirtualBox, VMWare,
>>> Qemu, etc.)
>> I also have a Windows XP VM. So I could use the old Windows tools.
> I wouldn't mind learning a bit about the USB capture stuff. I have
> SniffUSB installed on a Windows XP VM. I think SniffUSB is the latest
> *free* Windows USB sniff program available, built on other people's work.
> Seems to work fine when I tested it with the 3S 550.
> So I can do some captures of the Tripp-Lite 550 if that setup will do.
> Otherwise, the WinXP virtualbox, linux usbmon + ?wireshark? setup will be
> some time later when I get a test machine setup with Centos6 or the current
> Fedora release.

I've found wireshark to be a very convenient tool for capturing and
analyzing USB frames too.
(valid comment for our 3S discussion ;)
I can't say for USB on Windows though, but iirc it produces similar results
to the Linux one...

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