Today’s IT professionals are often challenged by unrelenting changes in the enterprise, increased data growth and compliance regulations, and geographic distribution of assets, to name a few. Keyboard/video/mouse (KVM) over Internet protocol (IP) can help by providing an effective tool that can remotely manage servers—regardless of their physical location. When looking for a KVM over IP solution, you should consider some basic requirements first.
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to 8 simultaneous users Remote authentication support, including LDAP, RADIUS, and Active Directory High Density KVM Distributed KVM 34 servers may require two 32-port KVMs or some combination that leaves unused ports, increasing the cost per port. With Spider, you can add one port at a time. If a 32-port KVM unit fails, all access to those connected servers is lost If a unit is disabled you lose access to just one server; and Spider is easily replaced If access to all 32 servers is through a single