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NTI INTERMUX-LARA KVM Over IP

INTERMUX-LARA

$3,500.00

Discontinued
Recommended replacement: Minicom by Tripplite 0SU70017
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Features & Applications

Gain remote access to and manage network servers over the Internet as if you were physically in the server room. With the INTERMUX™ Remote KVM Server Management over IP system, control one or many computers remotely via the Internet using a standard browser, locally at the server site, or both. Users can securely gain remote KVM access to systems for maintenance, support, or failure recovery over the Internet using LAN, DSL or an analog modem. One to 25 users are able to simultaneously control activities of a single computer or manage systems in a multiple server environment. A KVM switch is required for multiple server access. This product is compatible with the NODEMUX™ Universal Matrix KVM Switch, the UNIMUX™ USB KVM Switch(using the USB-PS/2 adapter), and other KVM switches.

This remote IP-based KVM extender reduces costs and increases the flexibility of the most complex server environments. Several users, from various remote sites around the world, can collaborate to maintain or troubleshoot a network of computers. This saves personnel time and travel expenses, while minimizing system downtime, as problems are detected and repaired from any location. In addition, there is no impact on CPU performance because server software is not required.

The INTERMUX unit is compact (4 units fit in 1U) and is highly secure. It is encrypted with SSL v2/v3 and maintains irreversible data logging for all local and remote events. User profiles with administrative rights can be created and defined at the group or single user level. To enhance security even further, unique security certificates can be generated and uploaded to the system after endorsement by a certification authority.
  • The INTERMUX unit allows direct connection to servers on the BIOS level and is compatible with major KVM switching systems.
  • Twenty-five remote users can access the server simultaneously.
  • As many as 255 individual user profiles can be assigned and grouped with administrative rights that can be modified remotely.
  • Security: v2/v3 SSL encryption, irreversible data event log, user management to the group/single user level requiring authentication. Unique user support certificates are also available.
  • Plug and Play functionality allows simple physical reconfiguration of the server environment.
  • Prevent impeding multiple remote user access (when using a multi-user switch) with a scaleable number of INTERMUX boxes at the server location.
Specifications
Video
  • VGA 15 HD connector.
  • Resolution of 1280x1024@75Hz.
  • Video resolution adjustment is automatic; manual fine tuning available.
Mouse/Keyboard
  • Standard PS/2 keyboard and mouse.
  • Mouse tracking and synchronization.
  • Two mouse/keyboard modes:
     
    • Local and remote concurrently
    • Remote only with local mouse/keyboard suppression allowing the local user to only view events.
Local Unit
  • Embedded PowerPC 405, 32 MB RAM, 4 MB ROM.
  • KVM cable from INTERMUX unit to server/switch and external power supply provided.
Local Internet Connection
  • Ethernet:
    • RJ 45 connection.
    • Automatically senses connection speed and supports:
      • 10 Mbps 10BASE-T using Cat 3, 4, or 5 UTP cable.
      • 100 Mbps 100BASE-TX using Cat 5 UTP cable
  • Modem:
    • Connects to the unit's serial interface.
    • Unit acts as an Internet service provider using PPP.
    • Remote console requires dial-up network connection set-up.
Remote Access
  • Internet access using a standard web browser.
  • Microsoft Java VM, SUN Java VM (plug in), and Netscape Java VM are supported by the system.
  • Java client, loaded directly by the browser.
  • Recommended browsers:
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.0 or higher on Windows 98, Windows ME and Windows 2000, Windows XP.
    • Netscape Navigator 7.0 or Mozilla 1.0 on Windows 98,WindowsME,Windows 2000,Windows XP, Linux and other UNIX like Operating Systems.
Telnet Access
  • Passthrough access to a device connected to the serial port using the Telnet interface.
  • Two operational modes: command line (control and display some parameters) and terminal mode (pass-through access).
Security
  • V2/V3 SSL encryption with optional encryption of the video, keyboard, and mouse.
  • SSL management of unique certificates.
  • Unalterable local and remote events log.
  • 255 user profiles can be defined at different security levels.
Power
  • 110 or 220 VAC at 50 or 60 Hz via an external AC adapter.

 

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