HPE KVM Analog Console Switches Looking for a simple and intuitive solution that allows you to access and manage servers across your entire network? HPE KVM Analog Console Switches allow you to view and manage up to 256 rackmount servers across your data center through a single user interface. HPE KVM Analog Console Switches utilize a local On-Screen Display (OSD) interface, accessed through a rack console such as the HPE LCD8500, which provides intuitive menus for accessing each attached server or serial managed device. HPE’s G3 KVM Analog Console Switches support an optional USB Remote Access Key that allows you to upgrade to KVM-over-IP functionality, providing remote access and management via the On-Board Web Interface (OBWI). New G3 models also support HPE Power Discovery Services and Location Discovery Services when connected to the appropriate power distribution unit and KVM rack console. HPE KVM Analog Console Switches are available in 8 and 16-Port versions. Standard rack mounting of the KVM Analog Console Switch will share 1U (1.75") of front panel rack space with the rack console. However, each model can also be mounted in a "zero U" profile by mounting in the side rails of the rack. Why do you need a KVM Analog Console Switch
Standard Features Page 5 Features • On-Screen Display (OSD) – displays system-related information on the console monitor, such as selected server name, status, power-up test data and configuration menus. • Remote Access upgrades - use the USB Remote Access Key (AF650A) to activate remote access capabilities, turning your analog switch into a digital switch. • On-Board Web Interface (OBWI) – built in web server providing remote management of the KVM. • Programmable Scanning – An evaluation of system performance can be made by sequentially scanning any or all of the computers in the system. Programmable scanning allows you to determine which computers to include as well as the duration of the connection. • HPE Power Discovery Services (PDS) – integrated support for HPE PDS when connected to an HPE Intelligent PDU (iPDU). • HPE Location Discovery Services (LDS) – integrated support for HPE Location Discovery services (LDS) when connected to the HPE LCD8500 Rackmount KVM Console. • Password Protection – For protection against unauthorized users, the switch box provides a password option for security purposes. • Multiple Space Saving 0U Installation Methods – − Side Mount - Rails are provided for mounting the unit to the side of rack cabinets with side mounting capability. − Rear Rack Mount - HPE Console Switches may be mounted behind an HPE rack mounted keyboard and monitor with slide rails provided with the switch. • Support for variety of server connections with Interface Adapters − PS/2 − USB − VT 100 serial console support − BladeSystems support via front diagnostics connector
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