The Avocent SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device includes an on-board Web interface that gives small to medium size businesses convenient, secure, browser-based access to existing KVM switches and servers. The SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device lets you select DES, 3DES, AES or 128bit SSL encryption for keyboard, mouse and video. The device's Java video viewer supports Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox and Netscape. Plus, the SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device is Flash upgradeable for fast and easy updates. With this solution, you also utilize the Dambrackas Video Compression (DVC) algorithm for high quality video and you gain a local port for convenient connectivity to the KVM switch or server.
Remote access to KVM switches or computers
The SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device provides a remote user with IP connectivity and a local user with a direct connection to a KVM switch or server.
Flexible multi-platform support
Java video viewer supports Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox and Netscape browsers on Windows and Linux platforms.
Includes local access
Supports native KVM connections to your KVM switch for at-the-rack access.
The SwitchView IP 1020 remote access device is flash-upgradeable for fast and easy updates.
Ease of installation
Ease of installation using standard TCP/IP connectivity. Configuration and installation is further simplified as no software agents need to be installed on the target servers.
User-selectable, remote KVM connections supporting DES, 3DES, AES and 128-bit SSL encryption.
High video resolutionIn The Box
Includes Avocent Dambrackas Video Compression (DVC) algorithm for high quality video. Supports resolutions of 1600 x 1200 for local users and 1280 x 1024 for remote users.
- Avocent SwitchView IP 1020
- Power adapter