Posts Tagged ‘redundancy’

WTI Releases Dual Ethernet Console Servers

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Irvine, Ca, April 11, 2013 – WTI, an industry leader in the field of Out of Band Console Management, is proud to announce the release of a new line of Dual Ethernet Port Console Servers for Out-of-Band Remote Console Management. In addition to providing remote access to serial console ports on connected devices, the new TSM models also include dual Ethernet ports in order to allow connection to both a primary network and a secondary fallback network, plus dual power inlets to ensure that the unit is always powered up and ready to go when it’s needed the most.


A/B Fallback Switching – Automatic A/B Switching for Mission Critical Applications

Friday, October 15th, 2010

With the growth of internet based commerce, it has becoming increasing important for web based businesses to make certain that their web sites are always online and available to potential customers. This provides convenience for customers and users, but it also poses a challenge to network administrators; in order to keep web sites up and running, it’s imperative that network hosts provide some degree of redundancy, in order to deal with the inevitable equipment and communication failures that arise from time to time.

One way to provide redundancy capabilities to web hosts and other mission critical network applications, is to include an A/B fallback switch (such as WTI’s AFS-16) in network and hosting configurations. Ideally, the A/B Fallback Switch should be able to automatically switch from a primary communication line to a secondary communication line, quickly and reliably, whenever a network device goes down or communication fails.