ATEN 4 Remote/1 Local user 32-port Cat5 IP KVM - Special Pricing valid 2012

Mfg.Part: KN4132 | CDW Part: 1677965 | UNSPSC: 43211604
  • The KN4132 is an IP-based KVM w/ multi-bus consoles
  • allowing simultaneous & independent access for a maximum of three users[1 local
  • 4 remote over IP] to control 32 directly connected servers
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ATEN 4 Remote/1 Local user 32-port Cat5 IP KVM - Special Pricing valid 2012
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Main Features
  • The KN4132 is an IP-based KVM w/ multi-bus consoles
  • allowing simultaneous & independent access for a maximum of three users[1 local
  • 4 remote over IP] to control 32 directly connected servers
Remote operators can log in via a browser or make use of stand-alone Windows or Java applications. Using the client software allows for a direct connection to the KVM by-passing the browser.

The KN4132 is an IP-based KVM w/ multi-bus consoles, allowing simultaneous & independent access for a maximum of three users [1 local, 4 remote over IP] to control 32 directly connected servers [cascade to 512].

The use of TCP/IP for its communications protocol, provides access via its IP address from anywhere on the LAN, WAN, or Internet.

Remote operators can log in via a browser or make use of stand-alone Windows or Java applications. Java ensures multi-platform operability by enabling any operating system w/ Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed. Using the client software allows for a direct connection to the KVM by-passing the browser. Either method (browser or client) or either application (Windows or Java) give remote operators the feeling of being directly connected to the KVM.

Local console switching is accomplished either by entering hotkey combinations from the keyboard, or by using the same GUI interface as the remote users.

The unit has two methods for monitoring attached servers; AutoScan permits the incremental monitoring of selectable servers at a configurable rate, & Panel Array Mode which can simultaneously display a view of up to 32 servers in a grid array (42 in cascaded installations).

The switches feature RJ-45 connectors allowing them to use CAT 5e cable to link to the computers. This space-saving innovation provides a full 32-port switch to be installed in a 1U system rack, & permits the servers to be placed as far away as 130 ft.

With advanced security features, the KN2132 provides the fastest, most reliable, most cost effective way to remotely access and manage widely distributed multiple computer installations

Features
* Supports up to five bus sessions- 1 local and four remote users can simultaneously access separate ports, plus an additional 28 users may log on to share the IP connections.
* 32 port remote access KVM switch – monitor and control up to 32 directly connected computers, and up to 512 computers in a two-level cascade
* Two 10/100/1000 Mbps NICs for redundant LAN
* Full-screen graphical OSD for the local console
* Full-screen or sizable and scalable remote desktop window – in full-screen mode the remote desktop display scales to user’s monitor display size
* Remote authentication support: RADIUS, LDAP, LDAPS, and Active Directory
* Magic Control Panel. The panel may be hidden away so it never interferes with your work area
* Video resolution: up to 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz for both local and remoter sessions
* Mouse Dyna-Sync for USB mice – local and remote mouse movement are the same – no need to constantly re-sync the two Cursors
* RJ-45 connectors and CAT 5e cable for a neat, compact installation
* Panel Array Mode – view up to 32 ports at the same time – or up to 42 ports on cascaded installations
* Software (On-screen) keyboard
* PON (Power Over the NET™) support via Java
* Supports all major server platforms and VT100 based serial devices
* Supports multiplatform server environments: PS/2, USB, and Sun
* Supports 10Base-T, 100Base-T, 1000Base-T, Auto-Sense, TCP/IP, HTTP, DNS, DHCP, PPP, UDP, ARP, Ping
* A total of 64 Multi-level user accounts with individual authentication: Super Administrator; Administrator; User; Viewer – with no restrictions on the number of each type
* Security features include user name / password protection and advanced encryption technologies – 1024 bit RSA; 56 bit DES; 256 bit AES; and 128 bit SSL
ATEN 4 Remote/1 Local user 32-port Cat5 IP KVM - Special Pricing valid 2012 is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from As useful as Java is, it's a security nightmare that constantly needs patched. I usually have it disabled unless it's needed
Date published: 2016-07-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I absolutly hate java. The stupid thing never seems to work. Always fails, nothing is ever backwards compatible. IT has to leave their machines a few versions behind because nothing works backwards. And when for some reason it does work it crashes. Wish microsoft would of got silverlight to work. Plus they need to make an auto update feature.
Date published: 2014-04-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from JRE is very powerful and needed for some applications. Java made it's mark with cross platform support but the security vulnerabilities make this thing dangerous to install and run if you don't absolutely need it.
Date published: 2014-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Administrative nightmare!Besides all the security issues, the inability for a newer version of java to successfully uninstall old versions is annoying.
Date published: 2013-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Although Java is not as meaningful as it once was, it is still great for the solid fact that it runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Once upon a time Java was even hugely used in things like Mp3 players, cell phones, DVD players,etc. But never the less it still holds a huge place in Programming history and opened. I personally believe that we have Java to thank for revealing the power that these devices have today by showing that it was possible to create such programs for them.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have and why go anywhere else than Sun?
Date published: 2012-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from a neccessary piece of software now for basic builds
Date published: 2011-03-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mandatory. Performance is adequate.Frequent updates are irksome. Until update 23, updates didn't gracefully uninstall older versions.
Date published: 2011-03-12
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