ATEN launches 16, 32 -Port Serial Console Server for Data Centers

ATEN has recently launched ATEN 16, 32 -Port Serial Console Server for Data Centers. It comes with support to Cisco pin-outs and auto-sensing DTE/DCE function and designed to secure serial device access, easy management, and comprehensive control of data centres.

The device comes with comprehensive features and various security technologies such as TLS 1.2 data encryption, RSA 2048-bit certificates, configurable user permissions for port access and control, third-party authentication and authorization, IP/MAC address filter, and FIPS 140-2 certified cryptography, the device assures administrators the security for easy and high-level access.

It also supports online detection of connected serial devices (including terminal blocks) for device status monitoring and an email notification alert will pop up to the administrator when connected devices are offline.

ATEN launches 16, 32 -Port Serial Console Server for Data Centers

ATEN launches 16, 32 -Port Serial Console Server for Data Centers

It transforms the capabilities of legacy serial devices to take advantage of the TCP/IP network to allow remote access, configuration, and management of the serial devices from anywhere in the world over the Internet. Additionally, it is a completely secure remote access and control solution.

Multiple operational modes are available to administrators including Console Management, Console Management Direct, Real COM Port, TCP Server/Client, UDP Server/Client, and Virtual Modem. The device comes with one unit of SN9116CO Serial Console Server, Power Cord, Mounting Kit, Lok-U-Plug, Lok-U-Plug Installation Tool, Foot Pad Set of 4 pieces and a user Instructions.

Specifications:

Connection 16
Connectors Serial: 16 x RJ-45 Female
LAN Ports: 1 x RJ-45 Female
Power:   1 x IEC60320/C14
Switches Reset: 1 x Recessed Pushbutton
Power: 1 x Rocker Switch
LEDs Serial: 16 (Green)
10/100/1000 Mbps: 1 (Red / Orange / Green)
Power: 1 (Blue)
Maximum Input Power Rating 100-240V~, 1A, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption AC110V:10.9W:51BTU

AC220V:11.6W:54BTU

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