[SASAG] network-enabled ILO-ish device for desktops?

David Busby david.busby at edoceo.com
Mon Aug 3 14:46:29 PDT 2020

If you take the PiKVM and then add https://www.wireguard.com/ and
https://guacamole.apache.org/ you'll have what you want right?
Wireguard would allow the device to connect to your known good network
whenever it's plugged in.
Guacamole gives you the HTML5 console (but PiKVM already provides an HTML5
type interface) right?

David Busby
Edoceo, Inc.

On Mon, 3 Aug 2020 at 14:11, Nathaniel Middleton <bthaniel at gmail.com> wrote:

> Greetings everyone!
> During Covid- it has become apparent that I have a few linux desktops that
> could use an ILO/BMC for remote management- where OS-dependent tools are
> failing to provide manageability.
> While the DIY community has some tempting options (pykvm being one of them
> <https://pikvm.org/>), I have been having issues finding a device that
> seems like it would work all that well.
> I would like to find something that can support DVI/ USB inputs/outputs, a
> html5 remote console (avoid Java), and be able to find the device as it
> travels around a remote location with the first level techs (also not
> require a client/server pair for management as you typically see in server
> rooms).
> Anyone come across good options for this in your wanderings?
> Thanks much!
> -Nathaniel
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