Providing one remote and one local user with BIOS-level access and control of up to 16 servers is the next-generation KVM-over-IP switch. The Raritan Dominion KX2-116, available from Dueltek Computer Products , is suitable as a single rack solution for budget-conscious customers. It works standalone or with the CommandCenter secure gateway centralised management appliance.
The Dominion KX2-116 offers high video resolution of 1600 x 1200. The Dominion KX2-116 also allows remote installation of software, file transferring and data back up with universal virtual media. The Dominion KX2-116 with 128-bit SSL AES or RC4 encryption offers the tightest mouse in the industry, reducing installation time with absolute mouse synchronisation. It controls power to servers with optional remote power unit.
The Dominion KX2-116 comes standard with dual power and dual gigabit Ethernet with automatic failover. The Dominion KX2-116 features virtual KVM desktop, a common browser-based user interface that supports the industry's widest range of operating systems and browsers. The Dominion KX2-116 also includes browser-based local access.
The Dominion KX2-116 solution consists of the KVM-over-IP switch and Computer Interface Modules (CIMs). CIMs connect to the server's KVM ports and can be located up to 30m (150 feet) away from the switch using UTP (Cat5/5e/6) cabling. CIMs also provide keep-alive keyboard/mouse emulation. The CIMs provide access from Windows, Linux, Sun or Mac desktops through a wide range of web browsers or standalone client.
Raritan's remote client software is downloaded through a web browser and standalone versions of client software can be pre-installed. The Dominion KX2-116 provides its entire feature set out of the box, Virtual Media, 128-bit AES or RC4 encryption, dual power supplies and dual gigabit Ethernet ports with failover, SNMP, Syslog, as well as integration with LDAP, radius and active directory authentication.