Need Help To Understand Cat5 KVM?
Most Cat5 KVMs use RJ-45 interface and Cat5 Cable to enable the Cat5 KVM to connect with other servers. The RJ-45 interface allows KVM multiple
ports to integrate into one U surface to save space. Category 5 KVM is cost-effective and convenient to wire and extend the distance between
Category 5 KVM and the personal computer.
In order to make category 5 KVM functional, it needs the services of Cat5 KVM switches. With Cat5 KVM switches, multiple computers can be
controlled with one single Keyboard, Monitor and Mouse or KVM. Cat5 KVM switches are useful if you are using several computers and you do not
want to separate input devices for them.
These switches support several platforms such as SUN, IBM, HP, and Dell. They are also compatible with the operating systems like Windows Vista,
Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, UNIX and MAC. KVM switches are helpful in utilizing space and managing cables.
The control can be switched between computers by pressing one single button on the switch of Cat5 KVM. In buying KVM switches, there are
important things to consider, and one of them is their types. The USB KVM allows you to control up to 15 USB computers with one single USB KVM
and VGA monitor.
USB KVM switches come in 2, 4, 8 and 16 port versions. They have built-in on screen display that is helpful in server management. The models that
are included on this type are audio and microphone features. They can be plugged and controlled via hot keys, on-screen display and push buttons on
IP KVM switches have almost all benefits of KVM switches. They also eliminate distance problems by allowing secure remote access to manage
connected personal computers to an IP KVM through TCP/IP network. You can manage your entire network from any location by using a 128-bit
secure browser. IP KVM switches are available in 8 and 16 ports, and support high resolution up to 1920 x 1440 in the local and 1600 x1200 on IP.
Cat5 KVM can also use dual DVI KVM switches. These switches make possible to