48V DC Terminal server recommendations
wbailey at satelliteintelligencegroup.com
Wed Jul 24 15:31:55 UTC 2013
We used these quite a bit. Uplogix has some interesting automation, and the phone line/OOB is pretty slick. One cool thing about uplogix is it has a surgical rollback feature. You can set many different conditions and rules, and the router will dutifully execute a fall back procedure automatically. We had a switch plugged in, and I did a port range and added "shut" to all of the ports. Once they all went down, uplogix noticed and after a pre defined time it went back in and restored to the last known good configuration. If these bells and whistles don't blow your skirt up, check out the website.
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-------- Original message --------
From: Joe Hamelin <joe at nethead.com>
Date: 07/24/2013 8:23 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: Jeremy Bresley <brez at brezworks.com>
Cc: NANOG list <nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Re: 48V DC Terminal server recommendations
I guess Cyclades is now Avocent, used these at Clearwire. Can come with
dual 48VDC supplies. Think of a 48 serial port Linux box. Has PCM/CIA
slot for modem. Multiple users can be logged in at the same time.
Joe Hamelin, W7COM, Tulalip, WA, 360-474-7474
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 7:59 AM, Jeremy Bresley <brez at brezworks.com> wrote:
> Looking for recommendations on a good terminal server to put into a telco
> colocate facility.
> 8-16 ports for Cisco console access (RJ-45s preferred, DB9s if we have to)
> -48V DC power
> USB/internal modem for OOB access
> NEBS Level 1 (or better) compliance.
> So far I've found Perle has several models that meet 3 out of 4, but none
> that meet all the requirements. The only OpenGear boxes we're seeing with
> DC power is a little 4 port unit and they don't mention NEBS compliance.
> Lantronix mentions DC power for their SLC line, but doesn't mention
> anything about NEBS compliance either.
> Anybody have any recommendations for one they've used that meets all 4 of
> those requirements?
> Jeremy "TheBrez" Bresley
> brez at brezworks.com
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