Posts Tagged ‘console port command’

Using a Dual Ethernet Console Server in a Wireless Network Application

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

In addition to serving as a vital element in network redundancy applications, a Dual Ethernet Console server can also help to provide wireless access to inaccessible network elements in lights out data centers and locked equipment cabinets. This type of implementation is particularly helpful in server rooms and other situations where tech support “crash carts” are used to provide quick access to vital network elements during emergencies and outages.

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Managing User Accounts at Multiple Terminal Switch Units

Monday, January 31st, 2011

The task of managing user accounts at multiple terminal switch units can often be challenging. Since the principle function of a terminal switch is to provide access to console port command functions on remote network elements, there are always many different types of users who need access to the terminal switch. This means that network administrators are frequently faced with chore of adding or removing users from numerous different terminal switch units, scattered across their networks.

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