Product Id: 16930719
Description: Avocent AutoView 2020 - KVM switch - CAT5 - 16 x KVM port(s) - 2 local users - desktop
Mfr Part #: AV2020-G01
The AutoView 2020 dual user 16-port KVM switch includes local virtual media support, local USB peripheral support and connectivity to PS/2, USB, Sun and serial devices for small and midsize data centers. Using the on-screen display, you can easily configure your system and quickly select servers. The AutoView 2020 switch features flexible cabling options, giving you a choice of integrated access cables or server interface modules that let you customize cable lengths. Either cabling option automatically assigns and retains unique server names for each attached server, which simplifies your installation and makes re-configurations easy.
- 16-port, dual-user KVM switch
- Designed specifically for SMB server rooms
- Advanced graphical on-screen display
- Uses standard CAT 5 cables
The AutoView switch provides two local users with access to 16 PCs and network devices.
- Easy-to-use OSCAR graphical user interface
No training required for immediate user interaction with target computers.
- Extended distance from switch to target server
CAT 5 cabling solution provides long distance between the server and the switch.
- Share mode
Two users can share access to a primary computer. One user will have control of the target until it stays idle for a configurable amount of time, then either user can take control of the target.
- Dual-user cascading
Lets two local users simultaneously access target devices on AutoView switches, that are cascaded below a primary KVM switch.
- Integrated access cables
You get PS/2 or USB keyboard, video and mouse connectivity in one, slim CAT 5 cable, which reduces cable bulk and cost.
- Server interface modules
Smart chip interface automatically assigns and retains unique server names for each attached server. Smart cabling simplifies installation efforts and eases re-configurations tasks. Server interface modules also support PS/2, USB and Sun server platforms and VT100 serial-based devices.