Posts Tagged ‘Telnet’

Why is it Important for a Server Console Switch to Support Multiple Simultaneous Telnet Connections?

Friday, February 25th, 2011

In many server console switch applications, many different types of users may need to access the server console switch; often, several different users will need access at the same time. For example, at the same time that a network administrator needs to access the server console switch in order to change configuration parameters on an attached device, another user may also need to access the server console switch in order to retrieve buffered data that the switch has collected from a different connected device. In cases like this, it’s extremely important that the server console switch has the capability to support multiple simultaneous Telnet connections.


Direct Connect Capabilities for Out of Band Management Applications

Monday, December 27th, 2010

WTI Out of Band Management products include Direct Connect capabilities, that allow you to initiate a Telnet, SSH or Raw Socket session with the Out of Band Management unit and then make an immediate connection to a serial port of your choice, without first being presented with the Out of Band Management unit’s command interface. This allows you to connect to a TCP port that’s mapped directly to one of the Out of Band Management unit’s RS232 Serial Ports.


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.