Interworld Electronics DSM Series serial console servers
The Interworld Electronics DSM Series serial console servers provide secure remote access to RS232 console ports on servers, routers, switches, firewalls and other network elements. They allow system administrators to manage and troubleshoot network devices from anywhere. The DSMs feature dual gigabit Ethernet ports to provide fast access while robust security and authentication features ensure that critical network elements remain secure.
The DSM can also monitor network equipment, constantly watching for significant changes. Network managers are promptly notified via SNMP trap or email when high temperature readings, full port buffers, invalid access attempts and other events are detected.
The DSM Series provides 8, 24 or 40 RJ45 RS232 serial ports that can be individually accessed by number, name or group. Each DSM serial port can be separately configured using simple menu-driven commands to set the port password, data rates, flow control and other operating parameters.
The full matrix capability of the DSM allows users to easily connect any two ports on the switch, even when the ports are using different communications settings.
Secure Shell (SSHv2) encryption and address-specific IP security masks prevent unauthorised access to command and configuration functions. The TSM also provides four levels of security for user accounts, including administrator, SuperUser, user and ViewOnly.
The DSM allows remote authentication with full support for Radius, Kerberos, LDAP and TACACS capability. An invalid access lockout features provide additional security.
The DSM Series is powered from 100–240 VAC. -48 VDC models are also available.
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