Posts Tagged ‘oil and gas industry’

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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Effective Remote Management of Network Devices in Oil and Gas Industry Applications

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

The task of managing network equipment in oil and gas industry applications often involves dealing with problems at facilities and equipment enclosures that are miles and miles away from the central office. When a crucial network element located at a distant oil rig, pipeline monitoring station or oil tanker refuses to respond to commands, NOC personnel in the petroleum industry need a means to deal with the problem immediately, without the delays associated with a physical service call.

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