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Re: KVM over IP suggestions?
- From: Matthew Black
- Date: Mon Aug 22 11:39:13 2005
On Mon, 22 Aug 2005 11:15:23 -0400
"Drew Weaver" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Howdy, I'm looking for a way to give our remote users access
to their servers, perhaps a KVM-IP solution. What we need is support for
multiple users (more than 2), with access control that limits what users
can connect to what ports on the KVM switch, and would allow you BIOS
level access and os-installation type control over the server, would
also be nice if it worked with windows and linux/unix based systems.
Any suggestions would be helpful.
We have a non-IP switch from Raritan and saw presentations on their
IP KVM products. Seemed pretty impressive. One problem you may want
to focus on is screen resolution since the video output must be
converted to IP packets with a lower refresh rate. We're planning
to buy a few of these switches for remote monitoring.
california state university, long beach