out of band management gear

Paul S. contact at winterei.se
Fri Feb 21 15:44:34 UTC 2014

Lantronix is pretty solid if it doesn't have issues with your hardware.

I have a bunch of older Dell boxes where turning on virtual media makes 
them stall indefinitely on the boot prompt.

Though, for serial only stuff -- it should be pretty good.

On 2/22/2014 午前 12:39, Bryan Socha wrote:
> We have both lantronix and opengear hardware and use the og brand almost
> exclusively now.   Good price, extremely reliable.  We have about 200 of
> them.
> On Feb 21, 2014 9:41 AM, "Hank Disuko" <gourmetcisco at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I wonder if anyone has good experiences to share with out-of-band hardware?
>> I'm looking for a good OOB hardware vendor.  I need to manage my
>> routers/switches/firewalls in a datacenter located overseas, and I'm
>> looking to setup a good serial console server via an OOB link.
>> I've been looking at Lantronix, OpenGear, Raritan...but they all seem to
>> have the same basic features.  I'm having trouble really differentiating
>> them.
>> I'm interested in analog modem, cellular options for my OOB link.  Or even
>> a secondary internet circuit either wired or wifi if the DC has that option
>> available.
>> Any good suggestions or experiences with a current OOB solution out there?
>>   What are you doing for your OOB management?
>> thanks,Hank

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