[AusNOG] Console server question.
Sean K. Finn
sean.finn at ozservers.com.au
Fri Nov 5 15:50:50 EST 2010
+1 to whatever Craig recommends.
I'm and end-user of the open-gear stuff for serial OOB to my remote gear, and their stuff is awesome. They know what they are doing.
Worst case, if they don't have something that will do the job, setup a Mikrotik with a sim card into an Open-Gear piece of kit and you cant go wrong.
From: ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net [mailto:ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net] On Behalf Of craig at askings.com.au
Sent: Friday, 5 November 2010 11:34 AM
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Subject: Re: [AusNOG] Console server question.
Opengear will probably do 90% of that (not sure about AD/radius) They use
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 some
> 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.
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