ATEN International, a leading provider of connectivity solutions, today unveils a new version of its remote server management solution CN-6000 KVM on the NET with a clearly enhanced range of features and functions. The CN-6000 that enables network administrators to remotely access KVM switches and servers via LAN, WAN, or the Internet, now provides RADIUS support and allows up to 32 users to log in at the same time for concurrent access to a server. Furthermore, the Message Board feature allows logged in users to communicate with each other. Already installed CN-6000 devices can be upgraded by easy firmware update.
The device allows administrators to remotely access KVM switches or servers via LAN, WAN or the Internet and provides access to up to 64 user accounts over a web-based management console with Graphic User Interface (GUI) under MS Windows. The CN-6000 supports TCP/IP and HTTP as well as the network standards 10Base-T and 100Base-T.
"ATEN's CN-6000 is one of the most effective business solutions with Over-IP-functionality", says Kevin Chen, President of ATEN International. "After easily implementing the device in an already existing KVM installation, the administrator can comfortably manage a bunch of servers through remote access. With its progressive state-of-the-art technology, the device is revolutionizing the way we interact with KVM switches today."
The CN-6000 allows users to access and manage servers from anywhere outside the server room in a simple and most convenient way, while the device occupies less than one rack unit (0U) featuring the highest density on the market today. With a superior video resolution of 1600x1200 DDC2B the switch offers the highest graphical quality available at the moment.
During the development of the CN-6000, ATEN was committed to the increasing security requirements of enterprises. The CN-6000 works with RSA 1024-bit encryption for safe and secure data transfer, supports the encoding standards DES, AES, SSL and provides filters for IP and Mac addresses. The administrators can also select Stealth Mode or disable Echo Mode to prevent any intruders from using ICMP ping or AP client programs and unlawfully detecting the CN-6000 installation.