[SASAG] network-enabled ILO-ish device for desktops?
Kurt Buff, GSEC/GCIH/PCIP
kurt.buff at gmail.com
Mon Aug 3 15:04:00 PDT 2020
I really wish that the Lantronix Spider would get off of Java and on
to HTML5, but I don't believe they have.
The only one I could find with a quick STFW was already noted by
Branen, from Raritan, but I haven't used it, so have no opinion on it.
On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 3:11 PM 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), 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!
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