The SN Series of serial console servers integrates cutting edge technologies to provide secure serial device access and management for data centers. Available in 8-port models, the serial console server offers both in-band and out-of-band remote serial console access to servers and network devices via a direct Telnet/SSH client and applet viewer. SN serial console servers work in tandem with ATEN's Power Over the NET™ remote power management systems. Both can be utilized through ATEN's CC2000 software to provide centralized serial device access and integrated power management. With their comprehensive features, the SN Series helps to maximize IT productivity, increase scalability and reduce operational costs with easy remote management of serial devices.
ATEN serial console servers are used to connect serial devices to an Ethernet network to allow access and control of demanding applications that manage industrial control, data acquisition, environment monitoring, remote facility operations and equipment. The SN Series offer multiple operational modes that include Real COM Port, TCP Server/Client, UDP Server/Client, Serial Tunnel and Virtual Modem. Our serial console server helps transform the capabilities of serial devices by taking advantage of network access to configuration and manage control of these devices from anywhere in the world via the Internet.
The SN Series of serial console servers is a secure remote access and control solution for any serial device. Access rights and privileges can be applied to 8/16 individual serial ports while consolidated password authentication simplifies management. For security, data encryption is provided to ensure information and control is always protected. Logging and alerting of system events helps to quickly resolve issues and mitigate risks. Enhanced security functions are integrated to meet and ensure the compliance of internal security mandates. The Serial Console Server's ease of use, vast accessibility and manageability of serial devices and servers enables a business to quickly integrate remote control of a complete line of serial devices to consolidate operations and run facilities more effectively.