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KVM over IP Switch - 16 server ports, 4 remote users, 1 local port for use at the rack, dual power
The Raritan Dominion DKX416 provides four remote users and one local user BIOS level access and control of up to 16 servers or devices. The KX416 is an enterprise class KVM appliance.
The Dominion KX416 features multi-user access at an attractive price per port for a 4-channel KVM switch. The local port provides consolidated "at-the-rack" access to 16 severs and other devices. It reduces cabling and simplifies installation via its multi-rack support and its 150 foot distance capacity between the switch and target server.
Dominion; KX consists of two main components: the digital KVM switch and Computer Interface Modules (CIMs).
The switch connects to each CIM to provide KVM-over-IP capability for remote access along with simultaneous local access for controlling servers at the rack.
Each CIM connects to the KVM ports of an individual server and converts the video signal for transmission up to 150 feet over UTP (Cat5/5e/6) cabling. The CIMs also deliver Raritans patented "keep-alive" keyboard/mouse emulation.
Raritan's client software is automatically downloaded via browser; Stand-alone versions of client software can be pre-installed for modem access.
Advanced Video Resolution Detection
Allows automatic, accurate, and fast transitions to different video sources when a user switches between servers.
Multiple Concurrent Remote IP Users
Provides KVM over IP access to 1, 2, or 4 simultaneous, remote users while allowing full, unblocked local port access.
Supports up to 16 Server Ports
Anytime, Anywhere, Anyhow KVM Client Access
Enables universal KVM access through the industry's broadest and most flexible OS platform, multiple hardware platforms, and leading browsers with no client license fees or cumbersome software licensing. Allow users access from anywhere on the network (LAN, WAN, Internet, dial-up), to troubleshoot, reconfigure, reboot and even power cycle servers remotely.