[AusNOG] Console server question.
Chris.Pollock at staff.pipenetworks.com
Fri Nov 5 11:37:13 EST 2010
+1 for Opengear. They've been very reliable, although the adapter
cables are a little annoying they're very versatile and I guess I'd
rather have them than not.
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Sent: Friday, 5 November 2010 12:34 PM
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Subject: Re: [AusNOG] Console server question.
Opengear will probably do 90% of that (not sure about AD/radius) They
standard RJ-45 / Cat-5 with adaptor cables to do Cisco rollover / APC
rj-11 / DB9 etc.
It's a linux box under the hood and their CTO is in Brisbane so if you
need a particular feature. There is a good chance that lunch and a few
beers might get it for you :P
> Hey All,
> Thought I might float the question here as I have been looking into
> different options for a console server and out-of-band management.
> Ideally I would be after the following but ;
> * Option for ADSL/dialup connection to device.
> * AD/radius auth and standard username/password.
> * Multi-user.
> * SSH v2.
> * Standard cables (long shot :().
> * 4, 16, 24+ ports (I have a few things I want to get to with
> different requirements).
> Just really looking to see if there is one killer device out there or
> which ones to steer clear of.
> Simon Thomason
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