SwitchView IP 1020 - Remote Zugriff auf KVM Switches
The Avocent SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device includes an on-board Web interface that gives small to medium-sized businesses convenient, secure, browserbased access to existing KVM switches. You can control your servers anywhere, anytime. You can even remotely reboot your business-critical servers from any location.
The SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device lets you select DES, 3DES, AES or 128bit SSL encryption for keyboard, mouse and video. The device’s Java™ video viewer supports Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox and Netscape. Plus, the SwitchView IP device is Flash upgradeable for fast and easy updates. With this solution, you also utilize the Dambrackas Video Compression® (DVC) algorithm for high-quality video, and you gain a local port for convenient at-the-rack connectivity.
The simple and compact design allows for ease of installation using standard TCP/IP connectivity. With no software agents needed, configuration and installation are simplified on the target servers. The SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device supports 1600x1200 resolution for the local user and 1280x1024 for the remote user. This solution is an economical remote IP solution for accessing your servers with each switch.
- Remote Access: Simple, browser-based, real-time remote access to your KVM switches and servers
- Local Access: Supports native KVM connections to your KVM switch for at-therack access
- TCP/IP Connectivity: The remote connection uses industry-standard TCP/IP
- BIOS-Level Access: BIOSlevel access is supported for both the local and remote user
- Enhanced Security: Secure, user-selectable, remote KVM connections supporting DES, 3DES, AES or 128bit SSL encryption for keyboard, mouse and video
- Flash Upgrades: Convenient, one-click Flash upgrades for fast and easy firmware updates
- Configuration Ease: Installation and configuration are simplifed with no requirement for software agents on connected servers
- Operating System and Browser: Java video viewer supports Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox and Netscape browsers on Windows and Linux platforms