Posts Tagged ‘dual Ethernet’

Secure Out-of-Band Console Access via Dual Ethernet For Financial Applications

Monday, March 10th, 2014


One of the largest North American credit card companies has data centers across the world that house a large installed base of 10G firewalls, IDS sensors, load balancers and routers that support its day-to-day security operations activities. The credit card company has a requirement to be able to securely manage these devices out of band when the primary network path is unavailable.

The NOC team wanted to implement the latest security protocols, logging capability and connectivity options for both in-band and out-of-band management appliances. The company also wanted the console server to have dual Ethernet ports , simultaneous log-in, radius security authentication, event logging and alarming, and enterprise management software to manage all of their out-of-band management equipment through a single portal.


A Dual Ethernet Console Server Provides More Options for Access to Remote Console Ports

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

In remote network management applications, console servers are used to provide administrators and support personnel with a secure, out-of-band avenue for communication with console ports on distant network elements. Most network engineers are fairly familiar with the basic out-of-band communication functions provided by a console server, but not all realize that a console server with dual Ethernet ports can provide additional communication capabilities beyond basic out-of-band management.


Remote Console Access and Power Control in a Compact 1U Device

Monday, August 19th, 2013

The ability to access console port command functions and control power reboot functions at remote network equipment sites can be a life saver for any network administrator responsible for maintaining remote network equipment racks. Unfortunately, rack space is often critical at branch offices and kiosks, and sometimes, there just isn’t enough room for both a console server and switched PDU. WTI’s Console Server + Power Control Hybrids solve this problem by combining both remote console access and remote power reboot control in a single, convenient 1U device.


WTI Releases Dual Ethernet Branch Office Manager

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Irvine, Ca, April 17, 2013 – WTI, a leading manufacturer of out-of-band branch office solutions, console servers and remote reboot switches announced today that they have added two new dual Ethernet port models to their line of RSM-8R8 series console plus power control remote site management products.