KN4140V by wanghonghx

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									A New Revolution In KN4140v Series
                 ATEN INTERNATIONAL
   Agenda

1. Feature Snapshot

2. User friendly interface

3. Set up the system and work on it.

4. KN family and correspondent KVM Adapter Cables

5. Q & A


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   1. Feature Snapshot

                 What We Need to Know




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   Unique features

                 Multiple Sessions, Concurrent Access


                 Configuration and Operation Ease


                 Panel Array Mode


                 External Authentication Support


                 Message Board


                 Share Mode Support

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   Advanced Features Highlight I

                 Dual Gigabit NIC Design – Dual IP Configuration


                 Dual Power Supply



                 Full-screen or Sizable Remote Desktop Window



                 Superior Video


                 Magic Panel


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   The Control Panel Functions

                   !                                  ?

               A Toggle           Zoom             Scan Port
             Macros Dialog    On-Screen KB        Array Mode
         Video Options        Mouse Pointer    Cat5 Cable Length
              Auto-sync      Mouse Sync Mode      Enter OSD
             Screen Mode         Speaker         Customization
               Snapshop         Macro List           Exit
         Message Board          First Port
             Ctrl+Alt+Del     Previous Port        Num Lock
              Grayscale         Next Port          Caps Lock
             Virtual Media      Last Port         Scroll Lock

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   Advanced Features Highlight II

             Low Bandwidth Optimization


             Configurable Network Bandwidth Settings



             Multi-Keyboard Language Support



             Intelligent Bus Assignment – Flexible Port Switching



             Mouse DynaSync™


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 Mouse Sync Mode

• Automatic Mouse Synchronization (DynaSync)
       Mouse DynaSync provides automatic locked-in synching of the remote
       and local mouse pointers – eliminating the need to constantly resync
       the two movements. It is available for Windows and Mac systems.
       Support USB Adapter Cables: KA7170, KA7175, KA7176, or KA9170.
• Manual Mouse Synchronization
        *Set the mouse speed and acceleration properly.
        *Video Settings Icon
        *Auto Sync with the Video Adjustment
        *Adjust Mouse hotkeys
        *Move mouse pointer into 4 corners of the screen
        *Drag the control panel to a different position of the screen

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   Advanced Features Highlight III

             Adapter ID




             Audio Enabled



             Green IT / Fan Speed




             Virtual Media



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 Virtual Media                    I

   Support Types:
    WinClient ActiveX Viewer / WinClient AP
             IDE CDROM/DVD-ROM, IDE Hard Drives, USB CDROM/DVD-ROM
             USB Hard Drives, USB Flash Drives, USB Floppy Drives
             USB Card Readers, USB Fingerprint Readers, ISO Files, Folders


    Java Applet Viewer / JavaClient AP
             ISO Files, Folders




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 Virtual Media        II

    Requirements
     * KVM Models: KN2124v, KN2140v, KN4124v, KN4140v
     * KVM Adapter Cables: KA7175, KA7176
     * (Optional) Enable Virtual Media Write in security
    Operations start from the Control Panel V.M. icon




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               Features Highlight

•      Supports PS/2, USB, Sun Legacy (13W3) and serial (RS-232) connectivity
•      Two 10/100/1000 Mbps NICs for redundant LAN or two IP operation
•      Support IPv6
•      Fan speed varies according to temperature (Threshold)
•      Supports multiplatform server environments: Windows, Mac, Sun, Linux
       and VT100 based serial devices
•      BLADE server support
•      Critical system event notification via SMTP email; SNMP trap; and Syslog auditing
•      Modem out of band Dial In / Dial Out / Dial Back support
•      Keyboard/Mouse broadcast – user keyboard and mouse input can be duplicated on all
       the attached servers
•      Unified UI for remote viewer
•      Integrated PON device
•      Automated CSR creation utility and Third party CA certificate import support
•      Support External Authentication
•      Flexible Log system and customized notification



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   2. User friendly interfaces




             An Easy, Hassle free and Comprehensive
                 KVM Over the NET™ Experience




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   Diagram



                            KN4140v




              4 + 1 buses




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   Ease-to-Use Interface

   • An unified Multilanguage interface to minimize user
     training time and increase productivity

         – Local Console Main Page

         – Browser-based Web Management

         – AP GUIs (WinClient, Java Client)




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   Local Console Main Page

   • Local OSD doesn’t have a tab for Download

   • There are two small icons (Speaker, Microphone) at
     the bottom right

   • Panel Array Mode Support




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   Browser-based Web Management

   • Multi-browser support
     (IE, Mozilla, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Netscape)




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   Web Browser




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   WinClient / Java Client AP


                                SAME




                  APPEARANCE


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   AP GUI Main Page




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   3. Set up the system and work on it




 Protect Our Infrastructure / Simplify Our Daily Routine
              by correct and efficient settings




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   Main page




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              Network (first step for remote access)

   • IP Installer
         – an external Windows-based utility for assigning IP addresses
           to the KVM Over the NET™ switch.
   • Service Ports

             Port: 9000

             SSH/Telnet: Serial Dongle KA7140




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             Network

   • Redundant NIC Enabled or apply two NICs can be
     configured with separate interfaces.

   • IPv4 Settings
        It is the traditional method of specifying IP addresses.




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             Network

   • IPv6 Settings
        It is the new (128-bit) format for specifying IP addresses.

                    [HOWTO] Live Demo




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             Device Information

• New designed device information in Local and Web page

     – Information Check
         • Firmware Version
         • IPv4/IPv6

     – Warning Mechanism
        • Power Supply Detection
        • Fan fail Warning
        • Temperature Threshold




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             Operation Mode

   Force all to Grayscale
   Device List
   *Adapter ID

   KB/MS Broadcast
   Disable/                      Enable Local Console Cascading
   Enable Keyboard/             KN4140v is cascaded as a child station
   Enable Mouse/                from a KM0532 or KM0932 parent switch
   Enable Keyboard/Mouse
   (Local) Console keyboard Language
   English UK/English US/French/German/Hungarian/
   Italian/Japanese/Korea/Spanish/Swedish/Swiss


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             ANMS – Event Notification

   • SMTP

   • (ATEN) Log Server

   • SNMP Server

   • Syslog Server




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               ANMS - Authentication

   •         Disable Local Authentication
   •         RADIUS Settings
   •         LDAP Settings
   •         CC Management

If this function is enabled, BLADE,
PON devices and their outlets do not
appear in the Sidebar, even if they
are connected to the switch.

This is because the PON, BLADE
devices will be managed via the CC
server.


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              OOBC – PPP Settings

PPP Settings

• DialBack           = Username, Password



• DialOut




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              OOBC – PPP Settings

• DialBack
  1. Fixed Number (Phone Number) Dial Back
             Phone Number field is also for Login Username and Password
    2. Flexible Dial Back (by Username)
             Username must be specified as dial back phone number
             Password field information is necessary
• DialOut (Dial up to ISP)
     –   ISP settings (account info.)
     –   DialOut Schedule (by time)
     –   Emergency dial out (by accident)
     –   Dial Out Mail Configuration


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                Security

   •         Login Failures
   •         IP/MAC Filter
   •         Account Policy
   •         Encryption
   •         Working Mode
   •         Private Certificate (Generated by 3rd Party Tools)
   •         Certificate Signing Request
              The Certificate Signing Request (CSR) section provides an automated way
              of obtaining and installing a CA signed SSL server certificate on the KVM
              Over the NET™ switch.
              Private key is generated and stored in KN4140v target directly.


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   Moving on to next section




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             Port Access - Connections




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              Port Access
             (PON)                     [Outlet Settings]



• Connections (KVM Port, BLADE) / Device Monitor
  (PON)
• History
• Favorites (New added in Web page)
• User Preferences (UI Language, OSD Hotkey)
• Sessions
• Access info. (a great diversity of access rights)
• Port Configuration
• Outlet Settings (PON Devices)
• BLADE Configuration
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             Port Access - History




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             Port Access - Favorites




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       Port Access – User Preferences




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             Port Access - Sessions




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  Port Access – Port Configuration




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   Power Management Integration (1)
                          Cabling Connection

                          Power on devices properly

                          PON Devices should be
                           shown up automatically

                         [Attention]
                         Upgrade PON devices F/W
 Hardware Installation
                         to the latest ver. if necessary


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   Power Management Integration (2)




                    We can power manage (On, Off, Reboot) selected outlets directly
                    from Local Console or Web page, instead of having to select them
 Hardware Installation the PON device, itself.
                    on




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   Power Management Integration (3)




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   Power Management Integration (4)
 Associate KVM Ports with PON Outlets




 Hardware Installation




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   BLADE Server Support
                      Import configuration file
                       for BLADE Servers by F/W
                       upgrade

                      Supported BLADE Servers will be
                       shown up

                      Add BLADE and do the KVM Port
                       association

                      Configuration file is flexible to
                       extend and customize for
                       supporting more and more BLADE
                       servers.

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Port Access – BLADE
Configuration




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Port Access – BLADE
Configuration




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Port Access – BLADE
Configuration




                  * Associate a BLADE with the KVM Port!



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Port Access – BLADE
Configuration




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Port Access – BLADE
Configuration




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   Moving on to next section




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             User Management




                      Permissions in detail




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   Moving on to next section




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             Log

                   Add two extra fields (Severity, User)




                                 CSV format


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             Log

    Severity and User fields are extra new added

    Support order function in each field

    Advance search by ‘*’(AND) and ‘or’(OR) to achieve
     complex search.

    Export log to CSV format




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             Log




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   Moving on to next section




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             Maintenance

   • Upgrade Main Firmware

   • Upgrade Adapters

   • Backup / Restore

   • Ping Host

   • System Operation


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      Upgrade Firmware for KN4140v




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Upgrade Firmware for PON device




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Upgrade KVM Adapter Firmware




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Backup / Restore

   • Backup file with password security

   • Flexible Restoration




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Ping Host




                  The Ping menu item lets us check the network status of
                  devices on the KVM Over the NET™ switch installation.




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System Operation




                  Return all customized parameters to the original
                  factory default settings (except Port Names).




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   Moving on to next section




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             Download




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   4. KN family




             Model Comparison and KVM Adapter Cables




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     KN family I

                                  / KN2116A




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     KN family II

                    / KN2116A




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     KVM Adapter Cables for KN



                         PS/2 KVM
                       Adapter Cable




                         USB KVM
                       Adapter Cable
                      (PC / Mac / Sun)




                      Sun Legacy KVM
                       Adapter Cable
                      (with 13W3 port)



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     KVM Adapter Cables for KN


                        Serial KVM
                       Adapter Cable




                         Serial KVM
                       Adapter Module




                      USB Virtual Media
                      KVM Adapter Cable




                      USB Virtual Media
                      USB Virtual Media
                      KVM Adapter Cable
                      KVM Adapter Cable
                         with Audio
                         with Audio



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      Appendix
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 Device Information
IPv6




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IPv6 Support

• In IPv4, IP addresses have no relationship to the
  addresses used for underlying data link layer network
  technologies.

• IPv6 address is decided by Network Prefix and
  Interface ID.

• Two kinds of IPv6 protocols are supported by
  CN8000.
   – Link Local IPv6 Address
   – IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
             Network

   • IPv6 Settings
        It is the new (128-bit) format for specifying IP addresses.

                    [HOWTO] Live Demo




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