Flexible Options for Remote Console Devices to Access Remote Network Gear
In-Band and Out-of-Band Solutions for Console Access to Gear Anywhere in Your Network
The Lantronix SLC and EMG Series console servers provide secure access to IT equipment with RS-232 and USB console ports, which minimizes deployment headaches and downtime. Remote console devices including the SLC 8000, EMG 8500 and EMG 7500 provide resilience and intelligence across all deployments, streamlining remote network management, server and power infrastructure in data centers and remote environments.
Network Resilience Through Access to Your Entire Remote Infrastructure
Access SLC and EMG device ports via Telnet/SSH or a Web browser-based console client without any proprietary software. Leverage the command line interface of most IT equipment for reconfiguring, rebooting and reloading firmware from a single point of contact. This can be done over an in-band network with dual Gigabit Ethernet connections for both public and management networks or through out-of-band connections including dial-up and cellular connectivity. Securely access and control a wide variety of IT and network equipment, including Linux, Unix or Windows® servers, routers, switches, firewalls, PBXs, UPSs and even building access devices through their serial ports.
Modular Design: Deploy What You Need at Each Location
The modular chassis built into the SLC 8000 and EMG 8500 console servers give you options on the types and number of ports you deploy on your remote console device. It can be all RS-232 or a mix of USB console connections depending on your gear. You can also add ports as needed, up to 48 with the SLC 8000 or up to 8 with the EMG 8500.