Moku:Lab shows up as COM port instead of RNDIS
This article details steps to fix an issue with Moku:Lab that causes it to be registered as a COM port
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Moku:Lab can connect to the Moku Windows app via a simple USB cable; no ethernet or WiFi is needed. This is accomplished by a RNDIS ('remote network driver interface specification') over USB. For more information about how to connect to Moku:Lab, please refer to this article.
In some cases, the device manager on Windows will recognize Moku as a COM port device instead of the RNDIS. You can download the driver here (external link) and it is the 6th driver on the list. Please be aware that this website and associated driver downloads are kept updated by Microsoft and Liquid Instruments has no part in the driver updates.
After downloading the RNDIS driver, Moku:Lab should appear under Network adapters as "USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget #2".
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