The CS1716i KVM switches is an IP-based KVM control unit that allows both local and remote operators to monitor and access multiple computers. Remote users access the switches over the Internet by means of a web browser using TCP/IP for its remote communications protocol. The CS1716i supports up to 32 concurrent user logins for single-bus computer access. A built-in feature that resembles an Internet chat program – the Message Board – lets them communicate with each other. The ability to exchange information in real time allows them to cooperatively manage the installation in a smooth and efficient manner.
Among the CS1716i other outstanding features, a Panel Array Mode provides the ability to monitor up to 16 servers per switch; while the Mouse DynaSync�� feature automatically synchronizes the local and remote mouse pointer movements for perfect alignment regardless of what the mouse acceleration settings on the server are.
The CS1716i supports the highest security protocols, such as TLS 1.2 encryption for the browser, and RC4 128 bit encryption for secure keyboard, mouse, and video data transmission. For easier and more efficient user management integration, the CS1716i also supports authentication and authorization via remote servers, such as RADIUS, LDAP, LDAPS, and MS Active Directory.
These powerful features not only help administrators manage their server room in an efficient and flexible manner, they provide a cost effective management solution for the SMB sector.
Convenient computer selection via front panel pushbuttons, hotkeys and multilingual on-screen display (OSD) menus
Up to 32 concurrent logins
Multilanguage web UI support featuring a tree-structured local and remote OSD
Adjustable video quality for flexible adaptation to diverse network environments
Auto Scan feature for monitoring user-selected computers
Broadcast mode; operations simultaneously performed on all selected computers (software installation, system-wide shutdown, etc.).
Backup and restore configuration and user account settings
Enable/disable browser access
Browser-based and AP GUIs, together with a menu-driven OSD for the local console, provide a powerful, intuitive, user-friendly, multilanguage interface to minimize user training time and increase productivity
Multiplatform client support (windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Sun)
Multibrowser support (IE, Mozilla, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Netscape)
Port names automatically reconfigured when station sequence is changed
Panel array mode enables user to monitor multiple servers from single screen at the same time – each selected server’s video output appears in a separate panel – users can easily select the number of panels to view
Windows client and Java client software support; Java client works with all operating systems
Secure keyboard/mouse/video transmission via RC4 128 bit encryption
Supports TLS 1.2 data encryption and RSA 2048 bit certificates for secure user logins from a browser
Two level password security – up to 64 user accounts with separate profiles for each
External (Remote) authentication support: RADIUS, LDAP, LDAPS, MS Active Directory
Support for IP/MAC Filter
Local and remote access logged and authenticated
Virtual Remote Desktop
Resizable remote desktop window
Message board allows logged in users to communicate with each other, and allows a user to take exclusive control of the KVM functions
On-screen keyboard with multilanguage support
16-port remote access KVM switch – monitor and control up to 16 computers from a single KVM console
Daisy chain up to 15 additional units – control up to 256 computers from a single console*
Auto-sensing of station’s position on daisy chained installations; no need for manual dip switch setting; front panel LED indicates station’s position
Hot pluggable – add or remove computers without having to power down the switch
Multiplatform support – Windows, Linux, Mac, and Sun
Front panel USB hub allows connected computers to access USB peripherals
Dual Interface – supports PS/2 or USB keyboard and mouse computer connections with automatic interface detection
USB / PS/2 keyboard and mouse emulation – computers boot even when the console focus is elsewhere
Supports USB keyboards for PC, Mac and Sun
Superior video quality – up to 2048 x 1536; DDC2B for the local console; up to 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz / 24 bit color depth for remote sessions
Video DynaSync™ – stores the console monitor’s EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) to optimize display resolution
Rack mountable in a 19″ (1U) system rack
*Compatible KVM Switches include the following: ACS1208A, ACS1216A, CS1708, CS1716, CS1708A, CS1716A, KH1508, KH1516
Aten specializes in connectivity and management solutions in information technology, professional audio / video and green energy business. The company was established in 1979 by Shang-Chung Chen. Its headquarters is located in Xizhi District, New Taipei city, Taiwan. Their services are known worldwide.
Their products are KVM Switches, remote management solutions, audio-visual switches and matrices, interface adapters, power distribution unit, information technology management systems, video products, USB peripherals and data communication. Aten had over 1630 employees as of 2014. Their website is www.aten.com. They also have their subsidiaries in U.S.A, Belgium, Japan, U.K, Korea, China, Australia, Taiwan, and Russia. Aten is the parent company of IOGEAR.
Aten is now the largest KVM switch manufacturer company in the world. Atens went public in 2003 and since then has remained the only listed KVM manufacturer in the world.