Posts Tagged ‘Dual WAN’

A Dual WAN Management Solution for Cisco Integrated Services Routers at Remote Pipeline Installations

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

When a vital network element, such as a Cisco Integrated Services Router at a remote pipeline installation, becomes unresponsive Network Operations Center personnel need to be able to address the problem without the delays and expense of a service call to the remote site. In cases like this, a Dual WAN Console Server can provide support personnel with out-of-band access to remote console port command functions, even when a crashed ISR interferes with normal network communication.

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A Dual WAN Console Server Provides More Alternatives for Out-of-Band Management

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

When managing network elements in oil and gas applications, a Dual WAN Console Server can provide out-of-band communication options that usually aren’t possible with a traditional console server that only includes a single Ethernet port. In most cases, console servers with a single Ethernet port are designed primarily to allow communication via network and in some cases, dial-up. The presence of an additional Ethernet Port on Dual Wan Console Servers allows for connection to a secondary network and also simplifies the challenge of adding out-of-band access via 3G/4G/LTE cellular broadband or satellite broadband.

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