/ / / /

32-Port Matrix Multi-User Cat6 IP KVM Switch, 4 Consoles (1 IP/2 Remote/1 Local)

MU-IP3214

$1,836.00
Model: MU-IP3214
Ports: 32 Ports
Local Users: 1
IP Web Users: 1
Extended Users: 2 (up to 500ft away)
FREE Shipping on orders over $100

The MU-IP3214 is a 32 port Matrix Multi-User Cat6 IP KVM Switch. This matrix IP KVM switch features 4 consoles, 1 x local, 2 x remote and 1 x IP.

MU-IP3214 Features & Benefits

  • Secure IP remote user access across the internet
  • Efficient system management with simultaneous multi-user access
  • Capable of connecting 32 servers per device in 1U
  • Support HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA-USB & VGA-PS/2 server interface
  • Up to 130 feet (40 meters) between your server & KVM switch
  • Enhanced Cat6 cable management with remote access over 985ft (300m)
  • Provide a diversity of consoles to access servers independently and simultaneously
  • Use of the RJ45 Cat6 interface allows for a higher number of ports in smaller density
  • Greater distances between your switch and servers allow enhanced data center rack layouts
  • Multi-lingual on screen display menu
  • Advanced user profiles and configurable OSD hot key combinations

MU-IP3214 Package Contents

Austin Hughes CyberView MU-IP3214 Package Contents

  • (1) MU-IP3214 KVM Switch
  • (1) 1U, 19" Rack mount kit w/ brackets & screws
  • (1) Power adapter w/ US power cord - for KVM
    Note, DC power excludes AC power cord.
  • (2) KVM receiver for extended console
  • (2) Power adapter w/ US power cord - for receiver
  • (2) CB-6 6ft VGA USB KVM cable - for receiver
  • (1) 2-Year manufacturer warranty
  • *Please note, package contents may change with unit 'options'.

MU-IP3214 Specifications

Mechanical  
Height 1.73 in. (44 mm.)
Width 17.6 in. (448 mm.)
Depth 7.1 in. (180 mm.)
Weight 9 lbs. (4 kg.)
Environmental  
Operating Temperature 0 to 50°C / -5 to 60°C
Relative Humidity 90%, non-condensing
Shock 50G peak acceleration (11 ms, half-sine wave)
Vibration 58~100Hz / 0.98G (11 ms/cycle)
Power 100~240VAC, 50 / 60Hz 0.5A via AC / DC cord
KVM Port 32 x RJ45 connector
KVM Dongle DVI-D / VGA connector dongle up to 132 ft. (40 meters) Cat6 / Cat5 cable
Simultaneous Console Access  
Local 1 x DB-15 VGA (up to 1600 x 1200), 2 x USB for KB & MS
Remote (1 or 2) 1 x RJ45, up to 1000ft (300 meters) Cat6 / Cat5 cable
IP Access (1 or 2) 1 x RJ45 Ethernet, 1 x DB-9 serial & 1 x USB port
IP Security SSL v3, RSA, AES, CSR, http & https internet access
15-user login (1 x active user)
Remote Receiver (1, 2 or 3) 1 x DB-15 VGA (up to 1600 x 1200), 2 x USB for KB & MS, 1 x KVM port for connecting to extra PC
Expansion Support mixed DB-15 or RJ45 Matrix KVM, up to 256 servers
Compatibility Mix PCs, SUNs, MACs, IBMs, HPs, DELLs server
Windows Vista / 2003 / XP / 2000, Linux, Netware, Unix
Regulatory Approval FCC, CE

MU-IP3214 is also known as:

  • MUIP3214
  • MUIP-3214
Question: Does the MUIP3214 come with dongles or do they have to be purchased?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. To provide the greatest flexibility, this KVM does not come prepackaged with any dongles. They will need to be purchased separately.

Question: Can I hot swap servers and dongles (dg-100sd and dg-100s)?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Hot swapping is largely server/operating system dependent. As long as the system that the KVM is attached to supports hot swapping, it should work.

Please note however, KVM Best Practices say to re-boot serves to ensure a proper handshake.

Question: Does the MU-IP3214 KVM support Virtual Media (computers connected to access DVD/CD drives, flash drives and other storage media as if they were directly connected to the computer)?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,

CyberView Cat6 IP KVM switches do not currently feature Virtual Media. You can get similar functionality with the addition of Virtual USB Media by cascading two Adder AVX4016IP-USA KVM switches to get a 32-port KVM. The AVX4016IP units also feature 2 extended users, 1 IP, and 1 local user, but do not have interface dongles for HDMI or DVI.
"Cascading Adder AVX
Expand simply by using just CATx cable to link units. The AdderView automatically detects cascade connections to support up to 128 computers."
Alternatively, you could also use the Raritan DKX3-432 KVM Switch which does have dongles for HDMI and DVI, but the two extended users would be IP users and would connect to the KVM from a IP/LAN session via a PC or a DKX-UST User Station.

Please let us know if you have any further questions or would like a recommendation for your application.