The 1 port IP KVM Switch (PS/2) (hereafter call IP-KVM for simplicity) redirects local keyboard, mouse and video data to a remote administration console. It allows you to control one or many computers locally at the server site or remotely via the Internet using a standard browser. You can securely gain BIOS level access to systems for maintenance, support, or failure recovery over the Internet. Communication is secure via SSL authentication and encryption. Use in conjunction with a KVM switch for multiple-server access.
The IP-KVM provides convenient, remote KVM access and control via LAN or Internet. It captures, digitizes, and compresses video signal and transmits it with keyboard and mouse signals to and from a remote computer. IP-KVM provides a non-intrusive solution for remote access and control. Remote access and control software runs on its embedded processors only but not on mission-critical servers, so that there is no interference with server operation or impact on network performance.
- Manage servers around the world.
- Rack mountable
- KVM (keyboard, video, and mouse) access over IP or analogous telephone line (modem needed).
- Full control under any OS, in BIOS mode, during boot, at Blue Screens
- No additional software necessary on servers
- SSL Certificate management
- 256-bit SSL encryption of all transmitted data
- Automatically senses video resolution for best possible screen capture
- High-performance mouse tracking and synchronization
- Automatic adjustment of data rate to transmission line
- Remote mass storage control and redirection
- Can be remote controlled over java-enabled Browsers
- Firmware update via web interface
- Port to connect a user console for direct analogous access to KVM switch