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And no client software or external power supply is required. This provides an economical and highly flexible solution in environments where numerous Lantronix SecureLinx Spider drops and distance limitations can be a challenge when adding servers.

However, the cable distance limitation between servers and a KVM switch present a problem. In a "distributed IT" environment a better solution is needed.


Servers can be across the room or across the globe! Video degradation is not a factor, and additional cable drops are not necessary. This allows administrators to have guaranteed access to mission critical servers, regardless of how many of them need remote access. In other words, administrators are not locked in to a fixed number of remote users. And adding more remote users is simple and cost effective — just Lantronix SecureLinx Spider another Spider!

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Additionally with Spider, you can add remote IP users one server port at a time, rather than adding another switch that provides costly, pre-defined multiples. And there is no single point of failure with Spider deployments.


If a unit is disabled, you lose access to just one server and the Spider is easily replaced. And it has all the capabilities of a traditional KVM switch — all in a miniaturized, zero-footprint package! Lantronix Spider Hardware Looking to the hardware side the Lantronix unit is nice because it is Lantronix SecureLinx Spider lightweight zero U design. They are certainly very versatile due to their size. The main unit has an Ethernet port which is a network uplink to a management switch.

The cascade port allows one to attach another device which can be handy if multiple devices are needed with only a single network drop. Lantronix Spider — main ports The Lantronix Spider connects to the target server via an array of connectors. A standard VGA port is available for handling video output. Generally the USB port will provide power to the unit. Looking at the other side one can see Lantronix SecureLinx Spider alternative power option. The Lantronix Spider does take a few seconds to boot.

Lantronix SecureLinx Spider

Having an auxiliary power source keep the Lantronix SLS online even when the host system is powered off. This can be used to get serial console access to a wide variety of devices. Here is an example setup with the serial cable installed. Lantronix SecureLinx Spider Spider — Console Cable Essentially, these are relatively simple boxes from the outside.

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The power is in the service that they offer as we will see when setting up our Dell PowerEdge R A remote hands tech connected the SLS unit to our target Dell test server. Most colocation providers actually use these units for recovery. A tip we use Lantronix SecureLinx Spider our lab units is to give them a static IP at least an internal IP that can be 1:Lantronix’s Spider was the perfect “per port” KVM over IP solution that provided us with non-blocked BIOS-level access without the costly licensing fees. Remote KVM over Lantronix SecureLinx Spider for the Global IT Environment.

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Lantronix Spider provides secure KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) server. L A N T R O N I X.

C O M. 3. The SecureLinx Spider™ (SLS) is a distributed KVM/IP device designed to remotely and securely provide monitoring and control of.

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