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I know that https://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT2232H.pdf give the impression that one either needs an EEPROM for sync FIFO or can configurate it via software. But https://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/TechnicalNotes/TN_167_FIFO_Basics.pdf states that both are actually required and that the right setting has to be set e.g. ...


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Yes, it will work, just like two serial ports connected in a null modem would. But no, it's not a very good solution considering other solutions. These other solutions are more general computing than anything. It's easier to just purchase a solution that's proven. Use a switch. The devices already have ethernet. If they are one the same network, you are ...


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Ten-fifteen years ago there used to be USB-to-USB connect "cables", Type-A on both ends, and some "bridge" in between. Not sure what USB class was employed, but file transfer was available.


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SLIP and PPP were designed for this very purpose: IP connections over serial links. Just get the two adapters and connect them with a ‘null modem’ (crossover) cable, set up pppd or slipd. Done.


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