KVM unit that supports VNC
netscape "at" gmail.com
Sat Oct 16 19:53:00 2004
Yeah, that's my main problem I need it to be accessible without any
internet connection or network. I need to be able to remotely see the
machines rebooting , access bios, run system restore or possibly
format the computer.
Thanks for your input.
On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 16:08:12 -0700 (PDT), Alan Watchorn
<alan "at" eshelmanappraisals.com> wrote:
> Just my 10 cents. I have a four port KVM at work (IOGEAR MiniKVM), I
> connect to the work network from an ME system at home using PTPP (VPN
> Tunneling) and VNC. The switching sequence for the KVM is
> CRTL+SHFT+ALT/numeric key(representing the KVM port). I have not been
> able to get it to work over VNC but since all the systems I need to get to
> are on the network, it has not been a hiogh priority for me (I know your
> systems are not on the Internet but are they networked? -if so you might
> want to think about accessing them through a VPN, that way you could forgo
> the need for the Internet connection.)
> Alan Watchorn
> Eshelman Appraisals, Inc.
> alan "at" eshelmanappraisals.com
> Phone (760) 692-4302
> Fax (760) 692-4303
> Cool Dude said:
> > I was searching through the archives and found some KVM units that
> > support VNC but none of the sites loaded.
> > I would like to connect my computers like this:
> > my computer -> remote vnc server computer -> computers(4) connected to
> > the KVM unit from the vnc sever computer
> > In such a way that the computers(4) connected to the KVM are
> > accessible without the need of an internet connection.
> > What is the best KVM solution for my needs? Is there any other better
> > way to accomplish this task without a KVM unit?
> > Thanks.
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