DISPLAYPORT IP KVM CONSOLE 16-PORT 17IN
DISPLAYPORT IP KVM CONSOLE 16-PORT 17IN
- Mfr #: B030-DP16-17DIP
- UNSPSC #: 43211604
- Item #: 008525649 109099275 26125137
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Connects 16 DisplayPort Computers or Servers to a Single Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse
This NetDirector DisplayPort KVM switch combines a rack-mountable keyboard, 17-inch LCD, touchpad, built-in IP remote access and 16 DisplayPort inputs into a compact housing that occupies only 1U of rack space. Control, boot and reboot up to 16 DisplayPort computers or servers at the same time remotely 24/7. No adapters are needed for connecting DisplayPort-enabled equipment.
Offers Both Local and Remote Control Options
From across the room, down the street or halfway around the globe, you can access and control up to 16 connected computers or servers from any computer via LAN, WAN or Internet. Easy to install and use, the B030-DP16-17DIP lets you handle complex problems without needing to be on-site, which saves money and time. It supports IPv4, IPv6, Link Local IPv6 Address and IPv6 Stateless Auto configuration protocols. You may set the IP address manually or have it automatically assigned via DHCP server (the default method). AP Windows- and Java non-browser client applications allow the KVM switch to be remotely accessed via the network without a browser.
Saves Valuable Space and Keeps Your Operating Costs Low
All connected DisplayPort computers or servers share a single monitor, keyboard and mouse, which saves space in your rack or workspace. DDC emulation allows each computer's settings to adjust automatically for optimal screen output. Eliminating the cost of buying monitors, adapters, keyboards and mice for all 16 connected devices keeps your TCO (total cost of ownership) low.
17 in. LCD Supports Crystal-Clear 1080p Video
The dual-rail B030-DP16-17DIP supports high-definition video resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) at 60 Hz. The wide display flips up to provide access to connected computers, making multitasking easier and more convenient, and folds down to prevent the console from blocking adjacent rack equipment when not in use. The LCD and the keyboard/touchpad are on separate rails, so the LCD can remain open while the keyboard/touchpad is stored out of the way, keeping the rack aisle clear.
Switching Between Computers Is Fast and Easy
Use the on-console push buttons, keyboard hotkey commands or multi-lingual local console On-Screen Display (OSD) to quickly toggle between connected computers. You can also use the Auto Scan feature to scan all connected computers in five-second intervals automatically. Orange LEDs indicate which computer is currently selected. Computers or servers can be quickly added or removed without having to power down the KVM switch.
Multi-Level Password Security Keeps Your Private Data Private
The B030-DP16-17DIP offers three levels of password protection (super administrator, administrator and user) to prevent unauthorized persons from gaining access to connected servers/computers. Up to 64 users can be authorized and 32 remote users logged on concurrently. Remote authentication support is provided via RADIUS, LDAP, LDAPS and MS Active Directory. The B030-DP16-17DIP also incorporates advanced encryption technologies: 56-bit DES, 168-bit 3DES, 256-bit AES, 128-bit RC4, 128-bit SSL and 1024-bit RSA.
Long-Lasting Reliability and Compatibility
This DisplayPort KVM switch mounts easily into 1U of space in an EIA-standard 19-inch rack with the included brackets (Tripp Lite's optional B019-000 ? sold separately ? allows mounting in a 2-post rack). The B030-DP16-17DIP is compatible with all major operating systems, including Windows and macOS, for simple integration into your existing structure. Mac/Sun keyboard emulation also is supported. The RJ11 port allows you to upgrade the KVM switch's firmware using the included cable.
TAA-Compliant for GSA Schedule Purchases
The B030-DP16-17DIP is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA), which makes it eligible for GSA (General Services Administration) Schedule and other federal procurement contra