The INTERMUX KVM on IP device allows you to control one or many computers locally at the server site or remotely via the Internet using a standard browser. You can securely gain BIOS level access to systems for maintenance, support, or failure recovery over the Internet. Communication is secure and can be used in conjunction with a KVM switch for multiple-server access.
- Full KVM - Access systems during boot up, BIOS, and frozen OS conditions
- Cost effective - Zero-U. KVM control "at the rack" or remotely over IP.
- Requires no client software. Secure, encrypted browser sessions with authentication.
- USB and PS2 - local access and server interfaces support both USB and PS2.
- Virtual media - Deliver patches/upgrades as if on-site.
- Serial port - Console access to switches, routers, PBXs or an external modem.
- Manage servers around the world.
- Remote KVM access over IP network or over a modem link.
- Local console port for direct analogous access to KVM switch.
- Dual LAN port for Remote Console and easy cascaded wiring.
- Dual USB port for Local Console.
- Remote mass storage control and redirection.
- Remote control using Java-enabled browsers.
- SSL Secure access through certificate authentication and data encryption.
- SSL 256-bit encryption of all transmitted data.
- RSA 1024-bit encryption.
- Auto-optimize the frame rate and video quality according to the bandwidth availability.
- Automatically senses video resolution for best possible screen capture.
- High-performance mouse tracking and synchronization.
- Works with most KVM switches.
- Firmware update via web interface.
- Embedded Linux Operating System
|Connectors||2 Female RJ-45 10/100 UTP Ethernet (HUB)|
2 Female USB Type A (Keyboard, mouse)
1 Female HD-15 - for local KVM - 3 in 1 cable 11" (28 cm)
1 Integrated 3 in 1 KVM cable to host server 22.5" (57 cm)
1 Female USB mini device connector (virtual media) and device cable
1 Female RJ45 for RS232 Port (with PC DB-9 adapter cable)
1 DC Jack for +12V DC input power
|Video||Up to 2048x1536 @60Hz (Local Console)|
Up to 1600x1200 @60Hz (Remote Console)
|Virtual Media||Floppy/CD/DVD/USB/HD drive redirection|
Floppy/CD/DVD/ISO Image redirection
|Protocols||TCP, IP, ARP, ICMP, HTTP/HTTPS, SSL, Telnet, DHCP, PPP, SMTP, NTP, DDNS|
|LED Indicators||Two LEDs: Power (red), Ready (green)|
|Security||AES 256-bit encryption for all transmitted data|
RSA 1048-bit encryption for authentication
Authentication: SSL / Certificate, RADIUS, LDAP
|Power||110 or 220 VAC at 50 or 60 Hz via AC adapter.|
Power Consumption: 0.4A
|Dimensions||WxDxH (in): 4x3.5x1.1|
Weight: 2lbs., 3oz.
|Enviromental||Operating Temperature: 32°F to 122°F, (0°C to 50°C).|
Non operating storage temperature: -20°F to 140°F, (-30°C to 60°C).
Operating and Storage Relative Humidity: 0 to 80% RH.
|Regulatory Approvals||CE, FCC|
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, this IP KVM device does not have an API for programing.
Question: Do you have a unit with HDMI connections?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,
Your best option for a HDMI KVM-Over-IP gateway would be a KVM-Over-IP gateway with digital DVI video i.e. the Adder ALD-IPEPS + a passive HDMI to DVI adapter i.e. the NTI HDMIF-DVIDM.
Alternatively, you may also be interested in the new Adder XDIP matrix system (you would need two end-points).