ATEN 16 Port IP KVM Switch with WIN 7, EDID Support

Mfg.Part: CS1716I | CDW Part: 2022708 | UNSPSC: 43211604
Availability: 7-9 days
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Was $1,192.00
$882.99 Advertised Price
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Product Details
  • KVM switch
  • 16 x KVM port(s)
  • 1 local user
  • 32 IP users
  • desktop
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Main Features
  • KVM switch
  • 16 x KVM port(s)
  • 1 local user
  • 32 IP users
  • desktop
The CS1716i KVM switch is IP-based KVM control units that allow both local and remote operators to monitor and access multiple computers. Remote users access the switches over the Internet by means of a web browser using TCP/IP for its remote communications protocol. A built-in feature that resembles an Internet chat program - the Message Board - lets them communicate with each other. The ability to exchange information in real time allows them to cooperatively manage the installation in a smooth and efficient manner.

Among the CS1716i's other outstanding features, a panel array mode provides the ability to simultaneously monitor up to 16 servers per switch; while the Mouse DynaSync feature automatically synchronizes the local and remote mouse pointer movements for perfect alignment regardless of what the mouse acceleration settings on the server are.

The CS1716i supports high security protocols. For easier and more efficient user management integration, the CS1716i also supports authentication and authorization via remote servers.

These powerful features not only help administrators manage their server room in an efficient and flexible manner, it provides a cost effective management solution for the SMB sector.

ATEN 16 Port IP KVM Switch with WIN 7, EDID Support is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Then ATEN CS1716i KVM is a great local console KVM, but it's also a networked KVM and that's where is falls down.Plus points:PS2 or USB control.Cables are neat and connect VGA and USB/PS2 to a single cable with a single connectory to the KVM.The KVM unit (locally) has a configurable interface with customisable names for each connection.It's stackable (but I haven't tried this).It has password protection (locally and networked).Netgative points:The networking has HTTPS, but the certificate is a self-signed one, which you cannot change!Control of the KVM via a network connection requires using a Java application which downloads each time (again using the self-signed certificate).The Java client fails with certain keys, eg 'F12' and reconfigures your PC keyboard to English USA (if you're running Windows).The Java client is a bit slow to respond sometimes (even on a faily lightly used network).If you close one of the Java control windows, you'll need to close the rest and re-lauch the Java app to get it back.It's a great KVM for local use, but I'd buy the cheaper version without network options.
Date published: 2017-05-22
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