The HPE IP Console Switch G2 with Virtual Media and Common Access Card (CAC) support is a key component in managing the
heterogeneous data center and along with the IP Viewer software allows remote access to multiple servers running various
operating systems. Virtual Media capability allows a removable drive or ISO image to be remotely mapped to an attached server in
the data center or a remote office for software installations and upgrades. An intuitive User Interface provides menus for
configuration, virtual media, display, and even security and upgrades from the local console. The term CAC stands for Common
Access Card, also known as "Smart Cards". The CAC allows government agency and other company employees to keep all of their
network access information on a card (about the size of a credit card) that is read by either an external USB reader or a port on the
PC/server. These appliances adds support for reading and transmitting USB CCID Generic Smart Card/CAC data from user station
(local or remote) to end server.
In tiered environments the HPE IP Console Switch G2 with Virtual Media & CAC can allow an administrator to manage up to 1024
servers across two tiers from a single console. When tiered with additional HPE Server Console Switches with Virtual Media
application installations and upgrades can be pushed through to any server on any of the two tiers from a single console.
The HPE IP Console Switch G2 with Virtual Media & CAC is backwards compatible with all HPE Cat5 based Server Console Switches
and interface adapters that do not support virtual media.
Standard rack mounting of the HPE IP Console Switches will take up 1U (1.75") of front panel rack space. However, the switches can
also be mounted in a "zero U" profile by mounting in the side rails of the rack, or behind the HPE 1U Rackmount Keyboard or the 1U
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