Manufacturer Part Number: DKX3-464
Manufacturer Type: Networking
Manufacture Sub-Type: Console Switch
Product Name: 64 Port
Manufacturer Raritan Systems, Inc
Product Model: DKX3-464
Device Type : Kvm Switch - 64 Ports
Enclosure Type : Rack-mountable - 2u
Subtype : Kvm
Ports : 64 X Kvm Port(s)
Kvm Local Users Qty : 1 Local User
Kvm Ip Users Qty : 4 Ip Users
Server Connection Via Twisted Pair : Cat5
Keyboard / Mouse Interface : Usb
Remote Management Protocol : Snmp 2, Snmp 3, Http, Https
Encryption Algorithm : Fips 140-2, 128-bit Aes, 256-bit Aes
Authentication Method : Radius, Pap, Chap, Ldap, Active Directory
Max Resolution : 1920 X 1080
Features : Syslog Support, Ipv6 Support, Ipv4 Support , Server Connection Via Twisted Pair
Expansions And Connectivity
Interfaces : 64 X Kvm - Rj-45 ¦ 1 X Modem - Db-9 ¦ 4 X Usb - Type A ¦ 1 X - Rj-45 ¦ 1 X Dvi-d ¦ 2 X 1000base-t - Rj-45
Power Device : Internal Power Supply
Installed Qty : 2 (installed) / 2 (max)
Power Redundancy : Yes
Power Redundancy Scheme : 1+1
Voltage Required : Ac 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Electric Current Required : 1.8 A
Power Consumption Operational : 60 Watt
A networking switch offers users the chance to connect different network segments more effectively. These devices offer multi-port bridges that enable the processing of data and data routes in different models. A switch console makes it easy to connect to several computers inside a Local Area Network (LAN).
The activities of network switches are based on the data link layer of the OSI model. The switch console found at AllHDD employs software that helps analyze, optimize, and enhance network performance. Users can also choose the best operating parameters for any application at hand.
Advanced Connection Management and Troubleshooting
It can sometimes be daunting to find the best data and functionalities in a switch console. This frustration often comes from the inability to manage and monitor the network capabilities.
With the networking switches offered, users can easily troubleshoot their industrial applications. They can also assist in verifying first-line connections of a different network. Likewise, log system messages based on how severe they are.
Optimization of Network Traffic
With a networking switch, users can easily examine the amount and types of data they can receive or send from each switch console port. There are several options available, and users can get models with 1 port, 4 ports, 8 ports, 16 ports, 32 ports, 48 ports, 64 ports, and some other options.
The networking switch uses the ports to control data and traffic flow. That way, network segmentation is possible with several groups. Also, these switches can logically group devices so that traffic can be isolated between the groups.
Effective Distribution of Virtual Local Area Networks (LAN)
There are network switches with programs that allow them to distribute data to virtual LANs. Instead of wired networks, they use programming for distribution. It also simplifies network management. With a single network switch connection, users can easily manage several VLANs.
Increased Flexibility and Expendability
The ability to effect network change becomes easier with network switches. Users can easily add or reconfigure collision domains and other networks through the control interface. These configurations and changes can occur with lesser errors and in fewer seconds. This makes the switch control useful in industrial conditions.
Also, they can transmit data from various older technologies and meet the newer ones' standards. An incredible advantage of these devices is the possibilities of future expansion. That is, users can add more manageable network switches with an increased number of ports.
Improved Security Features
Employing the use of a networking switch is not successful until the security of data is assured. Switches users get from here are reliable, and they come with standard cybersecurity features. Therefore, users can be sure that the information being passed through different networks are safe and secure.For instance, the switch console can limit network access. When this happens, only trusted users could connect to the network. Also, it can prevent unauthorized users from setting up sub-networks. Switches offered may also limit management plane access. It does this via different authentication means such as LDAP, RADIUS, and others.