Posts Tagged ‘syslog’

How a Console Server Management Unit Can Make Your Job Easier

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

If you need secure, reliable access to RS232 console ports on remote servers, routers, firewalls and other network elements, WTI console server management products provide an ideal solution. System administrators can reduce downtime by managing and troubleshooting devices from anywhere, without the need for on-site personnel or expensive truck rolls. WTI console server management units are available in either 100-240 VAC or -48 VDC powered versions, with RJ45 or DB9 serial ports, and in 40-port, 32-port, 24-port, 16-port or 8-port configurations.


SNMP and Syslog – Two Ways that Your Console Server can Keep You Informed

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

The ability to centrally manage and track the status of network devices is vital for anyone who manages a corporate network. If you can’t manage and monitor remote network devices, then a good portion of your budget will inevitably be wasted on unnecessary service calls to faraway network equipment sites. A console server can often monitor network equipment and send alerts when suspect conditions are detected, but when questionable conditions are detected, how should these alerts be delivered?


Do You Need to Know When Power to Network Devices has Been Interrupted?

Friday, August 27th, 2010

WTI RSM and TSM serial switch products include a power cycle alarm, which can be used to provide notification when power to the serial switch is interrupted for any reason. This may go without saying, but in most cases, when power to your serial switch has been interrupted, this generally means that power to your other rack mount network equipment has been interrupted too.