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Re: [vfio-users] USB >>port<< passthrough



Yes, it is best way.

My motherboard have 2 controllers. One is all time on Linux, the other one move between both.

Keyboard mouse on the moving one, printer and other device all time on Linux.


On 23 Aug 2016 12:16 p.m., "Francisco Menendez" <aterfelis gmail com> wrote:
If you don't mind spending a few dollars, what I did was basically buy
a PCIe USB port card, then give it exclusive control of the device to
the guest. I can't use it in the host, but I have other USB ports for
the host, so no biggie.

On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 4:07 PM, Rokas Kupstys <rokups zoho com> wrote:
> Is it possible to pass-through USB port? I know we can pass-through
> specific usb devices or entire usb controllers however it is not ideal
> in all cases. For instance in my case single pci device drives all usb
> ports on the back panel. Naturally i cant pass-through that pci device
> because it would leave me without access to the host. Passing through
> USB devices is of little use if one wishes to use kvm switch -
> mouse/keyboard switched to another port would still have same
> vendor/device ids. Is there any solution to this?
>
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