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Raritan Dominion Dual-feed AC power, 48-port secure console server

DSXA-48-AC

$4,295.00

Discontinued
Replaced by: Raritan DSX2-48M
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The Raritan DSXA-48-AC is a Dual-feed AC power, dual-Ethernet 48-port secure console server with internal modem, 2 console ports and a 19" rack mount kit.  Dominion DSXA-48-AC is a secure console server for local and remote access to serially managed servers and other serial devices via SSH/Telnet and Web browser. Dominion DSXA-48-AC allows access and control of up to 48 devices including: servers, routers, switches, VPNs and power strips. It can scale across hundreds of users and thousands of devices, highly secure, easy to install and simple to use.

The DSXA-48-AC provides one point of control to manage users, serial servers and other IT devices including:

  • Servers & Headless Servers: Sun Solaris, Sun Cobalt, HP-UX, UNIX, Linux Servers, IBM/AIX Servers, Windows 2003 Servers
  • WAN Equipment: ISDN Terminal Adapters, Channel Banks, CSU/DSU, PBS/PABX
  • Networking Equipment: Routers, Ethernet Switches, Ethernet Firewalls, Ethernet Load Balancers
  • Power Control: All serially controlled power strips and UPS

Raritan Dominion Console Server Installation Diagram
Raritan Dominion Console Server Installation Diagram

Raritan Dominion SX Features and Benefits:

  • Intelligent auto-failover on dual-LAN models
  • Single appliance - No additional software
  • 256KB port buffer
  • Access via web browser/SSHv2/Telnet
  • Standard built-in modem
  • RADIUS, LDAP, LDAP/S, TACACS+ and Microsoft Active Directory support
  • Local console port for at the rack access
  • Secure appliance - user has no access to operating system
  • Local and remote buffering/logging
  • Broadest range of supported browsers: IE, Firefox, IE
  • SecureChat allows up to 10 users per port to collaborate with 128-bit SSL encryption
  • Dynamically resizable VT100 windows with dynamic font-resizing
  • Allows the connection of multiple disparate servers running SUN Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, Linux, Windows Server 2003, and UNIX-based servers
  • HTML implementation- reduces the time to load the Java applet in a browser implementation to less than one minute
  • Full modern CLI- GUI equivalence
  • IPMI support- Allows for discovery and management of IPMI enabled servers
  • Port keyword monitor and alert
  • VT220/320/ANSI Support
  • NFS logging
  • Single IP Address for administration and target connection

DSX Security & Authentication:

  • Fully featured firewall
  • Man In The Middle (MITM) attack mitigation
  • TCP port addressing for Telnet and SSHv2
  • Local user groups
  • Flexible strong password support
  • Customizable login & consent banner
  • Enhanced encryption options
  • Support provided for the RADIUS, LDAP, TACACS+, Kerberos V.5 and Active Directory
  • Primary and secondary servers are supported
  • User defined and installable security certificates
  • Target server disconnection option
  • Disabling authentication and authorization
  • Disable local authentication option
  • SSL with RC4 encryption
  • User ID and Password

Raritan DSXA-48-AC Specifications:

Mechanical
Height 1.75 in. (44 mm.)
Width 17.32 in. (440 mm.)
Depth 11.41 in. (290 mm.)
Form factor 1U, rack mountable (mounting brackets included)
Serial Ports 48
Weight 8.77 lbs. (3.98 kg.)
Environmental
Operating Temperature 32°F (0°C) to 104°F (40°C)
Humidity 20% - 85% RH non-condensing
Altitude Operates properly at any altitude between 0 to 10,000 feet
Power 110/220V auto-switching: 50-60 Hz; 36-72V DC
Remote Connection
Network 10/100 Ethernet (RJ45) port - one or two
Protocols TCP/IP, PPP, PAP, HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, SSH, TACACS+, LDAP(S), RADIUS, SNMP
Modem Connectivity Integrated 56K V.90 (RJ11 port)edicated Modem Port
Standards
Approved Agency CE, FCC Part 15 Class A, US and Canadian UL, VCCI-A
UPC / EAN Barcode icon
UPC 785813606051
EAN 0785813606051
Question: how many watts does this device draw when in use
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. This 48-port unit will draw a max of 12.5W.

Question: Do you have any documentation that would indicate that this is FCC Part 15 Subpart B compliant?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, the only FCC information available to us is from the manual, and that does not explicitly mention Subpart B.

The FCC information containment in the manual states the following:
"This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a commercial installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential environment may cause harmful interference."

You can view a PDF copy of the manual here: http://support.raritan.com/dominion-sx/version-3.5.0/DSX-v3.5-0-Z-E.pdf

Or an online version here: https://help.raritan.com/sx/v3.5.0/en/#184

Additional support documents for the Dominion SX line can be found here: https://www.raritan.com/support/product/dominion-sx/