Secure LAN, internet and dial-up access to your KVM switch!

With the IP Access Switch Plus you can manage your computers from your network or almost anywhere in the world via dial-up or IP access. No special software is required on the local systems. The remote systems use their web browser to remotely control the local installation.
The IP Access Switch Plus includes sophisticated enterprise grade security features and is fully compatible with VNC (Virtual Network Computing) and JAVA based web browsers. A unique \'in-picture\' control system allows easy configuration and operation.




Further Information

Remote control via a network connection is nothing new and software-only solutions to facilitate this are commonplace. However, they all present two major drawbacks: a) Special software must be used on all of the computers involved, especially the host, and b) if that host ceases to operate, the remote user is powerless to intervene.

The CPU IP Access Switch Plus is different and requires only the remote system(s) to run a small utility. The host system can run its usual operating system completely unchanged and needs only to be connected (via its keyboard, video and mouse ports) to the compact Access Switch box.

It is this external connection to the Access Switch that keeps the remote user in control. Even in the midst of a system crash, the remote user can still view the host\'s condition as if sitting next to it. Additionally, when the power switch option is employed, a host system can be remotely rebooted, no matter how badly it has locked-up.

The CPU IP really starts to excel when it is hooked to a suitable KVM switch. Then, its robust, secure and adaptable operation is available across a multitude of systems.

IP network/Internet
The IP port allows direct connection to an Ethernet-based local network and from there onto the wider Internet, as required. Alternatively, the robust security system will allow direct connection to the outside world.

Four simultaneous remote users
The CPU IP Access Switch Plus can support four remote users at any one time. All of these may be connected via the IP network port or one may be linked via the modem/ISDN channel.

Modem/ISDN port
This port offers a connection option that can be used alongside, or instead of, the IP network link. It also offers a backup route should the network fail.

Local user
The console port allows control of the system(s) by a keyboard, monitor and mouse connected directly to the CPU IP Access Switch Plus.

One host or many
On its own, the CPU IP Access Switch Plus provides remote access to one host computer system. However, when linked to a suitable KVM switch, the remote user(s) can easily control a multitude of systems.

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CPU IP Access Switch Plus

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Secure LAN, internet and dial-up access to your KVM switch!


With the IP Access Switch Plus you can manage your computers from your network or almost anywhere in the world via dial-up or IP access. No special software is required on the local systems. The remote systems use their web browser to remotely control the local installation.
The IP Access Switch Plus includes sophisticated enterprise grade security features and is fully compatible with VNC (Virtual Network Computing) and JAVA based web browsers. A unique 'in-picture' control system allows easy configuration and operation.




Further Information

Remote control via a network connection is nothing new and software-only solutions to facilitate this are commonplace. However, they all present two major drawbacks: a) Special software must be used on all of the computers involved, especially the host, and b) if that host ceases to operate, the remote user is powerless to intervene.

The CPU IP Access Switch Plus is different and requires only the remote system(s) to run a small utility. The host system can run its usual operating system completely unchanged and needs only to be connected (via its keyboard, video and mouse ports) to the compact Access Switch box.

It is this external connection to the Access Switch that keeps the remote user in control. Even in the midst of a system crash, the remote user can still view the host's condition as if sitting next to it. Additionally, when the power switch option is employed, a host system can be remotely rebooted, no matter how badly it has locked-up.

The CPU IP really starts to excel when it is hooked to a suitable KVM switch. Then, its robust, secure and adaptable operation is available across a multitude of systems.

IP network/Internet
The IP port allows direct connection to an Ethernet-based local network and from there onto the wider Internet, as required. Alternatively, the robust security system will allow direct connection to the outside world.

Four simultaneous remote users
The CPU IP Access Switch Plus can support four remote users at any one time. All of these may be connected via the IP network port or one may be linked via the modem/ISDN channel.

Modem/ISDN port
This port offers a connection option that can be used alongside, or instead of, the IP network link. It also offers a backup route should the network fail.

Local user
The console port allows control of the system(s) by a keyboard, monitor and mouse connected directly to the CPU IP Access Switch Plus.

One host or many
On its own, the CPU IP Access Switch Plus provides remote access to one host computer system. However, when linked to a suitable KVM switch, the remote user(s) can easily control a multitude of systems.

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