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The ServSwitch KV1721A Octet Server Access Module for USB from Black Box allows you to control servers on different platforms with different connections. It enables you to access individual servers from a user station or a ServSwitch Octet. It draws power from an attached server and has a unique ID address. You can name the SAM's numeric ID through the user station's on-screen menu. It is stored in the SAM's nonvolatile flash memory.
The ServSwitch Octet Server Access Module (SAM) draws power from an attached server. This ensures keep-alive functionality, providing keyboard and mouse emulation to the server at any time, and it is independent of the switching system's status.
This SAM has a unique ID address. As soon as it is connected to the ServSwitch Octet, the SAM's address appears on the CPU channel list within the connected user station's on-screen menu. From this menu, an administrator can operate the SAM.
You can name the SAM's numeric ID through the user station's on-screen menu. It is stored in the SAM's nonvolatile flash memory.
If you disconnect the SAM from the system and move it to a different location later, its name instantly disappears from the list. Once you plug it back into any of the switch's CPU ports, the SAM is recognized again by the system automatically without any additional reconfiguration. You can also connect a SAM directly to a user station to provide direct access to the server without interrupting the emulation.
This SAM is a small molded unit with a pigtail cable attached.
In the Box
Black Box ServSwitch KV1721A Octet Server Access Module for USB