AdderView AVX5016IP CATX KVMA 1 local, 4 simultaneous IPs to 16 computers offers direct connection for 1 local user to connect straight into the switch and allows 4 simultaneous global users to connect via IP to any of the 16 connected devices. It features authenticate users against your existing LDAP infrastructure and this feature can be enabled and disabled, employs AES128 bit encryption and RSA2048 authentication ensuring your control system remains secure at all times as well as integrated RS232 gives you the ability to control other external devices such as power management devices.
The ADDERView AVX5016IP is the culmination of ADDER’s KVM over IP expertise to date. This new device offers 4 non blocking simultaneous IP connections together with a local port (5 separate users), and allows the user to control 16 separate devices. The AVX5016IP is very small and compact enabling you to fit two units side by side to support 32 computers and 10 sessions in just 1U of rack space.
Using ADDER’s CAM modules with the AVX5016IP, you can connect the switch via CAT5e cable to any type of server including PC, Mac and Sun. Country code reporting, DDC and continuous keyboard and mouse emulation further ensure faultless operation across your unique installation.
The AVX5016IP can also be used as a serial console (sometime known as a terminal server) simply by attaching the CATX-CONSOLE computer access module. This gives you out of band access to target command line interface (CLI) as well as console access to network switches. What makes the AVX5016 really unique is that you can mix as many of the 16 ports for use with either serial console or keyboard-video-mouse. This makes the AVX5016IP one of the most flexible KVM over IP products on the market today.