Black Box Enhanced-Video ServSwitch Octet User Station

Mfg.Part: KV1712A-R2 | CDW Part: 1247075 | UNSPSC: 43201614
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  • Enhanced-Video ServSwitch Octet User Station
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  • Enhanced-Video ServSwitch Octet User Station
The ServSwitch Octet offers server management at its best with all the control and security features you need!

The included Octoware control software enables you to monitor complete system setup via IP access. The software makes it easy to scan all connected devices and display them easily through the graphical user interface. User profiles are simple to edit off-line. You can flash upgrade system components either device by device or with a single on-screen click for the complete system, so you can focus on your main tasks.

Octoware also monitors and stores the entire system's switching activities and logins, providing you with a great deal of security.

LDAP integration enables seamless integration into standard network security setups. If the network link fails, the ServSwitch Octet is still protected by its own proprietary security settings that you can configure easily via the Octoware or the on-screen menu system.

What's more, you can configure the ServSwitch Octet to create SNMP traps to flag certain events. This adds more security to the systems and it improves reliability. Also you can control the ServSwitch Octet via SNMP! In mission-critical environments like process automation, an error or a defect in a machine generates an SNMP trap that goes to an SNMP management program like HP OpenView . The SNMP management program can then automatically force a ServSwitch Octet User Station to switch to a dedicated server showing the alarms, so it counteracts the reported failure.