Avocent AV 2000 Series Analog KVM Switching Solutions
Avocent AV 2000 Series KVM Switch portfolio for small data centers and remote branch offices
Powerful User Access Control- An administrator can grant KVM access to only certain users. The administrator can also limit KVM access to specific targets on the switch.- The AutoViewTM switch supports smart card and CAC authentication to target devices, enabling the extension of two-factor authentication requirements.
Local Port AccessSupport for USB keyboards and mice.
Single SolutionSupport for USB, PS/2, Sun and serial target devices in a single solution.
Graphical, Multilingual OSDAdvanced, graphical On-Screen Display eases system configuration and server selection.
Space-SavingCAT-5, thin cabling saves space in the rack and allows up to a 30 meter distance between the server and the switch.
Intelligent CablingServer interface modules and integrated access cables automatically assign andretain unique server names for each attached server.
Flexible and ScalableThe AutoView KVM switch is available in two options to meet different needs. The AV2108 switch supports a single user and up to eight server or serial devices. The AV2216 supports up to two users and 16 server or serial devices.
Streamlined ManagementThe Avocent AutoView KVM switch ships with two intuitive, integrated management interfaces. The OSCARTM on-screen display for local access and the Web User Interface provides remote management for switches that have been upgraded with the Remote Access Key
SecureIn high security environments, CAC support with encryption for smart cards and password protection for local users, provides security you can depend on. Encryption options include 128-bit SSL, AES, DES and 3DES and they can be selected for keyboard, mouse and video signals and virtual media sessions.
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