StarTech.com 4 Port USB VGA IP KVM Switch with Virtual Media

Mfg.Part: SV441DUSBI | CDW Part: 1695965 | UNSPSC: 43211604
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Product Details
  • Control up to 4 USB VGA computers remotely over an IP network or the internet
  • IP KVM Switch
  • KVM Over IP
  • 4 Port KVM Over IP
  • Remote KVM
  • IP KVM
  • 4 Port USB VGA IP KVM Switch with Virtual Media
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Main Features
  • Control up to 4 USB VGA computers remotely over an IP network or the internet
  • IP KVM Switch
  • KVM Over IP
  • 4 Port KVM Over IP
  • Remote KVM
  • IP KVM
  • 4 Port USB VGA IP KVM Switch with Virtual Media
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This 4 Port IP KVM Switch revolutionizes remote server management by combining our industry-leading third generation Server Remote Control technology with a proven Enterprise class digital KVM switch.

The switch empowers you to securely manage up to four computers remotely from almost anywhere, using your LAN or the Internet. Unlike software solutions that require installation and work through your server’s operating system, this IP KVM Switch gives you BIOS level control and full interaction with your system’s boot process, and includes several security features (SSH tunneling, SSL Encryption, RADIUS authentication and a configurable firewall) that help to ensure that your network stays secure.

A versatile Server Remote Control solution, the switch features two additional USB ports that can be used to connect a broad range of peripherals (USB drive, USB CD ROM, USB flash drive) that can be shared among connected computers, allowing for disk emulation and file transfers, including complete remote application and operating system installations.

The IP KVM switch also provides control/interaction with virtually any device that uses an RS-232 serial terminal interface (routers, switches, environmental controls, alarm systems etc.), using the Serial Remote Interface Module (RPORT, not included); similarly, the SV441DUSBI can be used with our Remote Power Module (PCM815SHNA) to power computers and equipment on an off using an interactive menu.

The SV441DUSBI IP KVM Switch is the perfect solution for any organization that demands secure, flexible local and remote administration of its critical systems, and features a standardized 1U rack-mountable metal chassis that allows easy installation in your existing rack or cabinet solution.
StarTech.com 4 Port USB VGA IP KVM Switch with Virtual Media is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst KVM I've ever seen Looking at the specs I was excited to test this KVM as it would meet the needs of the company perfectly. I received it, hooked it all up, got it on our network easily and was able to remote into it using the web interface with no problems. Looking around the web interface is when the disappointment kept coming.The web interface is one of the worst I've seen yet. The home page thumbnails only shows video from one connected device instead of all 4 connected devices. Double clicking the single thumbnail opens up the video console for that device where you can finally select the other ports to switch too. First thing I noticed was the mouse sync was WAY off. No matter how many times I clicked on Mouse Sync, disabled auto syncing, it didn't matter. The position of my mouse cursor was 2-6 inches off from where the controlled computers cursor was making it literally impossible to reach anything toward the side of the screen like icons, start menu, anything. When my cursor left the controlled PC screen area, then then controlled PC cursor stopped moving.Connected 4 PC's to this, 2 desktops and 2 laptops. Constantly had video issues saying "Input not supported" when PC's were booted into windows with various resolutions and booted to Windows PE in 800x600 resolution.The whole point of testing this KVM was for remote use and it is clearly not able to be used as such. Even with the latest firmware #which hasn't been updated since 2009, fail# it doesn't work as it should. The only use of this KVM is if your physically in front of it and even then its a waste of money.
Date published: 2014-01-27
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