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So at work, I have a USB Hub. It connects about 4 devices together. Total bandwidth is probably a few megabytes per second.
The problem is that these devices seem to freeze... frequently. I have tried several models of Hubs and they all freeze. The computer seems to be fine and doesn't have these problem when the individual devices are directly connected. Data communication will continue for days with the direct USB connections.
Are Hubs really this shitty? Are there any Hubs designed to be robust? Perhaps a watchdog timer or an external, software controllable reset?