Running an effective IT infrastructure today often depends on accessing, monitoring, and managing IT equipment remotely. Although some equipment may be installed in the data centre, the need to support remote offices, factory floors or other unattended locations, is also important.
While specialist management software can be used for in-band remote monitoring, some tasks may seemingly be impossible unless the equipment can be physically accessed. Many devices have a serial port for making configuration changes or uploading new firmware. However, visiting remote equipment cabinets with a serial cable and laptop is a time-consuming and expensive task.
Perle Serial Console Servers bridges the distance between remote IT equipment and technical support staff. Any device with serial connections can be networked and managed remotely - even across the internet. IT managers can reduce costs and cut downtime by allowing staff remote access. This anywhere, anytime management strategy enables IT managers to look after the IT infrastructure pro-actively.
Perle Console Servers provide reliable out of band access to servers, switches, routers and PDUs while using less power and less rack space.
Secure remote access to Cisco routers and switches with Serial Console Servers
Management and troubleshooting of Cisco and Juniper devices in and out of band with Serial Console Servers.
System Administrator is able to monitor and manage servers remotely using Perle Serial Console Servers
Easy access and management of remote firewalls at multiple locations with Serial Console Servers.
Serial Console Severs facilitate pre-configuration and out of band access to firewalls, switches, load balancers and other networked devices.
Remote power cycling of IT equipment with and data logging of serial test data with Console Servers and Remote Power Switches.
Serial Servers facilitate access, monitoring and management of GSM modem banks to ensure maximum network uptime.
Some additional Perle Data Center Customers:
Using Serial Console Servers, Device Servers and Terminal Servers in a Data Center
Using Fiber Media Converters in a Data Center