I have two devices that share data, the only common data access method they have is through a DOS formatted flash drive. When I'm at the office, I can easily plug into device A, add files, unmount, then plug into device B and extract files.
However, when I'm not physically there with the device, there's no way to remotely do this (device does not have a network connection, so I can't use FTP/SCP or NAS). The first thing that comes to mind is a USB hub that I can physically switch between connection to device A and device B. I can connect this to the network and send it a packet telling it to switch connections.
Does such a device exist? I don't want to have to go about designing one, but I feel like that may be my only option at this point.
Device A and device B must both access files on a USB mass storage device (DOS formatted flash drive). What I do in the office is copy data from device A to flash drive, umount, unplug and plug flash drive into device B, then access files. I'm looking for a way to remotely do the unplug from device A and plug into device B step.