Single-port Network "KVM"

David davidj at mckendrick.ca
Tue Feb 21 01:54:04 CST 2012


Spider kvms come well recommended and it's what I see being used around
the datacenter often.
Prefer them vs. the bulkier ones I've used in the past.

web/java is supported, as is VNC -- the latter of which makes them very
usable.
On 02/20/2012 01:05 PM, Seth Mattinen wrote:
> On 2/20/12 12:05 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
>> Here's one example; cheapest I've seen:
>>
>> http://www.kvm-switches-online.com/0su51068.html
>>
>> There are others.  This one appears to be web/java based rather than VNC,
>> though that probably isn't a killer for most people.
>>
>> I thought I'd seen a little dongle-y model; I'll look around a bit more.
>>
>
> A past thread also mentioned OpenGear:
>
> http://opengear.com/product-IP-KVM.html
>
> I'd been eying this one, but the $199 Lantronix seems like a price point
> too good to pass up.
>
> ~Seth
>


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