First a few thing:
I'm trying to connect an Anysee E7TC USB DVB-C USB TV tuner to my Windows MediaCenter 7.
I currently have it connected locally on the machine but the reception is real bad and sometimes breaks. Due to the location of the MediaCenter (attic) I cannot get a cable there without the giving up good reception. And yes, I have tried using signal enhancers. The MediaCenter is actually a big server with lots of disk in them so I don't want that in my living room under/near the TV.
A goes fine until I want to USE the the Anysee TC7 on the MC7-pc. The client sees the USB-server on the network, detects the TV-tuner connected to it. When I rightclick and select USE on the TV-tuner, the light on the TV-tuner blinks momentarily, as a sign of connecting. Then the VirtualHere client refreshes (to search the network again, sort of vague) for whatever reason and the connection to the TV-tuner is gone. I can do this over and over again everytime the same result.
USB-server: RaspBerry Pi v2 - with the lastest Raspbian Wheezy (2013-09-10) on it. VirtualHere Server starts automatically and the device gets a DHCP-reservation.
MC7-pc: HP ML350 G4 with Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with MediaCenter enabled and big disks. I'm using the x64 client on this machine.
Everything is connected thru giga-bit network.
TV-tuner: Anysee E7TC-CI, has an own power supply.
To be complete; all other USB-devices I have work in this set-up, eg USB-drives, floppy-disk, Keyboards, headsets.
I know a TV-tuner is probally the most brutal thing to connect via an USB-server, but I sure wish there is a way to get this to work.