Asus ASMB8-iKVM IPMI Upgrade
ASUS ASMB8-iKVM is an effective remote server management chip that is IPMI 2.0 compliant and provides the OS-independent and cross-platform interface for monitoring the server system such as temperature, voltage, and Fan status etc. MIS can be informed of the server working status from anywhere, anytime via real-time event notification.
ASMB8-iKVM supports remotely update BIOS to save MIS time and efforts; standalone KVM/Java utility to simplify remote control process; video recording and BSOD capture for easily trouble-shooting. With simple steps, MIS is able to control servers by functions keys and remote server screen to accomplish KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) over LAN, which is based on out-of-band management and keeps working to provide around-the-clock remote monitor and diagnosis through GUI (Web-based Graphical User Interface) even the server OS is down.
Remote Power Control
The ASMB8-iKVM module offers advanced server management functions including “remote OS installation”, "remote power on/off/reset", "remote control", “remote hardware health monitoring” and “system event log”. Through the enhanced data encryption (in Advanced Encryption Standard), the internet security can be protected.
Multiple Virtual Media over LAN
Multiple Virtual Media over LAN allows administrators to share the data saved in a local drive (simultaneous floppy, Hard disk or USB and CD or DVD redirection) to target servers, which provide a way for easy maintenance and simplify OS deployment process. At the same time, the KVM function also enables faster troubleshooting than before by fixing server problems from wherever you are and therefore reduces system downtime and operation cost.
Blue Screen of Death
BSOD screen displays the snapshot of the blue screen captured if the host system crashed since last reboot.
ASMB8-iKVM SPEC summary
With ASMB8-iKVM, MIS has the most quick and efficient way to recover the system in service and improve the system's availability significantly by the complete remote management tools. Features • Aspeed 2400 Chipset
• Internal RAM
- 32 MB
- 224 MB for system
- 32 MB for video
• 32 MB Internal ROM
• 32-bit Watchdog Timer
- IPMI 2.0
- KVM over IP
- Web-based UI
- Management LAN Fail-Over
- Node Management Support
- Simultaneous floppy, USB Key/hard disk, CD/ DVD redirection (multiple virtual media )
• 22 mm x 17 mm Form Factor
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