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Rack Temperature Alarms Help Console Access Server Units to Keep Tabs on Remote Equipment Sites

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Abnormally high or low rack temperatures can often be an indication of potential problems at a network equipment site. If a network equipment rack is located down the hall from your office, then it’s relatively easy to keep track of rack temperatures. But if the equipment rack is located in a remote site, half a world away from your office, then tracking equipment temperatures can present a bit of a challenge. In cases like this, a console access server that includes a temperature alarm feature can often prove to be a valuable asset for network administrators who are responsible for equipment at remote installations.

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