To help you manage and control widely distributed servers efficiently from a remote console, a built-in single-port power switch provides remote power management of a server connected locally, allowing you to turn a server On or Off, and reboot it. In addition, you can add an ATEN PDU unit to manage the power status of even more devices. The KN1000A also provides serial console management over the Internet which can remotely control serial console devices such as network switches.
The KN1000A makes it easy to work on many tasks simultaneously, featuring a unique LUC (Laptop USB Console) port for quick KVM access via a laptop, user-friendly OSD, virtual media functionality without additional cables, and video resolutions up to 1920 x 1200.
The KN1000A’s Virtual Media function allows you to perform file transfers, system diagnostic testing, software patches and application installations, all from the remote console. There is no need to physically mount an optical drive directly at the server to perform data related tasks. Now you can conveniently troubleshoot and resolve OS and BIOS-level problems from any remote location.
A Windows Client and a Java Client are available for remote access. They allow IP connection and login from anywhere over the internet. In addition, ATEN also provides an iOS APP - PadClient, whose intuitive interface makes it easy to connect to the KVM over IP switch and control computers direct from your iPad. Please visit the PadClient webpage for more information.
In addition, the KN1000A is compatible with ATEN’s KVM over IP Console Station, the KA82 series. The KA82 series is a hardware-based, standalone console solution that can centrally manage multiple KN devices. It is especially suitable for environments where a PC is not allowed (refer to ATEN’s website to get more information on the KVM over IP Console Station).
With these advanced features, the KN1000A is the fastest, most reliable and cost effective solution to remotely access and manage widely distributed multi-server installations, such as for kiosks and automated banking machines.