Now, for your Dell Analog KVM SwitchDAV2108 and DAV2116, Dell offers a low cost USB and PS2 Integrated Access Cable provides basic USB and PS2 with VGA connections to your servers with a molded 10ft CAT5 cable to the Dell Analog KVM switch. These are perfect for the server room where the best value for basic performance is expected. Now, you don't have to pay for Virtual Media or Common Access Card support if you don't want it with your Dell Analog Server Console Switch. DUSBIAC-10 provides a low cost USB connection and DPS2IAC-10 is a great alternative to manage legacy PS2 servers on your Dell Analog KVM Switch.
ReadyRails static rails for toolless 1U mounting in 4-post racks with square or unthreaded round holes or tooled mounting in 4-post threaded and 2-post (Telco) racks. Mount this Dell KVM in the same U space with your Dell KMM (DKMMLED185) by adding PN DRMK-77 / A7485911. This is the exclusive 1U mounting bracket for the Dell DMPU and DAV KVM products. Standard Three-Year Warranty (requires registration within 90 days) – 8/5 coverage of your hardware, 10- to 14-day RMA post receipt of failed unit.
- Add a digital channel via a physical hardware key;
- 2 local users;
- Local console USB;
- Widescreen support;
- Hi-res to 1600×1200 (standard) and 1680×1050;
- ACI support for cascading up to 256 servers.
The Dell Analog KVM switches, engineered by Avocent, are ideally suited for environments where remote access is not required but maximum security is essential. The Analog Server Console Switch is an excellent choice where real-time video and mouse response are required. Its responsiveness is not impacted by the need to digitize and transmit video frames, mouse and keystroke events. For high resolution requirements of a Network Operation Center, the Server Console switches can support resolutions of up to 1600×1200 and widescreen resolutions of up to 1680×1050.
The Analog KVM Server Console Switches provide flexibility to customers who may want to implement remote access in the future, but who are not ready to make that commitment at the time of purchase. The digital capabilities of the Server Console Switch are ‘unlocked’ by plugging the Dell Remote Access Key into any one of the USB ports of the rear of the switch. With the Dell Remote Access Key installed, one authenticated digital user can remotely manage any one of the servers connected to the Server Console Switch over a TCP/IP network with support for DES, 3DES, AES or 128-bit SSL encryption of both KVM and Virtual Media sessions over a single IP address.