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Avocent 16-port Console Server

CCM1650-001

$1,495.00

Discontinued
Recommended replacement: Avocent ACS6016SAC-G2
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The Avocent CCM1650 console management appliance provides secure serial over IP console access. The Avocent CCM1650 16-port console switch expands Avocent DS Series patented, field-proven KVM over IP technology with secure access to local or remote serially-managed devices. Avocent DSView3 management software provides easy local or remote management of CCM appliances.

Avocent CCM1650 Console Server
Avocent CCM1650 Console Server Function Diagram

Avocent CCM1650 Console Server Software Features

  • Complete KVM, Serial and Power Management Solution: CCM1650 works in unison with other Avocent KVM switches and appliances to enable administrators to manage a wide range of data center devices through local access at the rack or by remote access through KVM over IP connections.
  • Ease of Management: Avocent DSView3 management software provides easy and secure local or remote management of CCM appliances.
  • Security: The Avocent CCM1650 secure console server appliance offers internal and external user authentication methods and port-specific access rights.
  • Ease of Access: For administrators that prefer GUI-based session launching, Avocent's management software provides an intuitive, explorer-like interface to organize servers into logical groupings and permit session launching via a simple mouse click. With support for custom folders, labels, and icons, it is no longer necessary to recall cryptic machine names or IP addresses.
  • Scalable: The Avocent CCM1650 console switch appliance architecture is scalable rather than stackable; there are no restrictions on the number of CCM appliances that can be added to an installation.
  • Non-blocked Access: The Avocent CCM1650 serial console server architecture supports simultaneous sessions to all serial ports.

Avocent CCM1650 Console Server Hardware Features

  • Solaris Ready: Hardware break suppression ensures uninterrupted operation of Solaris servers even if power is lost to the CCM appliance.
  • Break Generation: Hardware break, sometimes referred to as STOP-A, may be intentionally generated via Telnet or SSH clients.
  • Port History: Port history functionality includes offline buffering, string search and various modes to save or clear onboard history buffers.
  • Direct Port Addressing: Sessions may be established directly to any CCM appliance port by using SSH to bypass the CCM command line interface.

Avocent CCM1650 Console Server Specifications:

Mechanical  
Height  1.75 in.
Width  8.75 in.
Depth  8.00 in
Weight  6 lbs.
Environmental  
Operating Temperature  0C to 40C
Power  
Operating Voltage  90 - 267 VAC
Power Frequency  50 - 60 Hz, 0.5A
Input  45 W maximum
Network Connection  
Port 1
Type  Ethernet: IEEE 802.3, 10BaseT.
Fast  Ethernet: IEEE 802.3U, 100BaseT.
Connector  RJ-45.
Standards  
Approved Agency ANSI/UL 60950-1, CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-CAN/CSA (UL cUL Listed), IEC 60950-1 (2001-10), CENELEC EN 60950-1 FCC P. 15 Class A, ICES-003, EN 55022: 1998 Class A, EN 61000-3-3, AS/NZS CISPR 22, CNS 13438 - Issued: 1997/01/01, VCCI V-3/02.04 Class A, EN 55024-1998