ATEN IP KVM On the Net’-Remote access device w/2.0 USB Virtual Media Port

Mfg.Part: CN8000 | CDW Part: 1507543 | UNSPSC: 43201553
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Product Details
  • CN8000 provides BIOS level access for 32 concurrent users. Security includes 3 level security access
  • support for external authentication
  • event logging
  • RADIUS
  • LDAP and MS active directory support.
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Main Features
  • CN8000 provides BIOS level access for 32 concurrent users. Security includes 3 level security access
  • support for external authentication
  • event logging
  • RADIUS
  • LDAP and MS active directory support.
ATEN’s CN8000 supports; virtual media, remote file transfers, software installs and diagnostics. Configured with PS/2 and USB and modem port for OOBC (out-of-band connectivity) for emergency access.

The CN8000 provides ‘over-IP’ capability to KVM switches that do not have this function on their own. Operators at remote locations connect to the C8000 via its IP address using a standard Internet browser or stand-alone Windows and Java based application programs. Once a connection has been established and authorization granted, operators can monitor and access devices located anywhere in the world from their local consoles just as if the were actually present and working on the equipment directly.

The Administrator and Client software included with the CN8000 make it easy to install, maintain and operate the equipment on your installation. System administrators can handle a multitude of tasks with ease – from installing and running GUI applications, to BIOS lever troubleshooting, routine monitoring, concurrent maintenance, system administration, rebooting and even pre-booting functions.

With the CN8000’s Virtual Media support USB 1.1 and 2.0 devices (Floppy drives, CDROMs, Flash drives, etc.), and image files on a user’s local system, appear and act as if they were installed on the remote server, for ease and convenience when performing software installation and system updates across the entire installation.

Features
ATEN’s CN8000 provides over-IP capability to KVM switches that do not have built in over-IP functionality.

* Virtual media via USB 2.0 data transmission.
* Enhanced fps (frames per second) throughput for crisp responsive video display.
* Superior video resolution: up to 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz; vibrant 24-bit color depth for rich remote session display.
* PPP mode (modem) dial up support for out-of-band, and low bandwidth operation.
* Full-screen or sizable remote desktop window -- in full-screen mode the remote desktop display scales to user’s monitor display size.
* PON (Power Over the NET™) support via Java.
* Up to 64 user accounts – Up to 32 concurrent user logins for single-bus sharing.
* Message board feature allows logged in users to communicate with each other, and allows a user to take exclusive control of the KVM functions.
* External authentication support: RADIUS; LDAP; LDAPS; MS Active Directory.
* Web-based Windows and Java implementations allow the server to be controlled from any browser.
* Windows GUI and Java client software for non-browser access – Java works with practically all operating systems.
* Supports TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, UDP, DHCP, SSL, ARP, DNS, ICMP, CHAP, PPP, 10Base-T, 100Base-T.
* Bandwidth optimization via grayscale and video quality setting.
* On-screen keyboard.
* Export/import user account and configuration settings.
* Advanced security features include password protection and advanced encryption technologies.
* Secure 128-bit SSL encryption.
* Enable/disable browser operation.
* Event logging.
* Remote firmware upgrading.