SERIMUX SSH RS232 Console Serial Port Switch

RS232 Remote Management with Secure Shell, Ethernet terminal

Console Serial Switches

Block diagram of console serial port switch

Control RS232 serial devices

Also known as: Remote Network Management Console Switch, console port switch, serial port switch box with Secure Shell, SSH console switch, SERIMUX SECURE, RS232 Terminal, Ethernet Terminal, Ethernet TCP/IP color terminal, TCP/IP terminal.

Secure SSH console serial switch to securely manage up to 32 serial devices
Console Serial Port Switch with SSH

$970 - $1,840

The SERIMUX® Secure SSH Console Serial Switch delivers secure management of up to 32 serial devices via the internet, TCP/IP network, or dial-up modem connections. It combines the advanced security of Secure Shell v1/v2 with unlimited access to remote network management. It is available with dual AC or dual DC power supply.

Serial port console switch to manage serial devices including switches, routers, servers and telecom gear
Console Serial Port Switch

$265 - $980

The SERIMUX® Console Switch gives IT managers the ability to cost effectively manage serial devices, including servers, switches, routers, and telecom gear. The switch is controlled via an ASCII terminal with menu-driven integrated software or the front panel keypad.

Secure SSH console switch providing secure control via LAN, Ethernet and dial-up modem connections
Clearance: Console Serial Port Switch with SSH

$1,699

$1,349

All sales final on clearance items.

The SERIMUX® SECURE SSH Console Switch delivers secure control of up to 8 serial devices via Ethernet, LAN or dial-up modem connections. It combines the advanced security of Secure Shell v1/v2 128-bit encryption with unlimited access to remote network management.

SERIMUX Console Switch with Terminal Converter for managing up to 16 serial devices
Console Serial Port Switch with Terminal Converter

$1,135 - $1,355

The SERIMUX® Console Switch with Terminal Converter gives IT managers the ability to cost effectively manage multiple serial devices, including servers, switches, routers, and telecom gear, from a standard PS/2 keyboard and VGA monitor or NTI KVM Switch. The console switch is controlled via an ASCII terminal with menu-driven integrated software. The terminal converter is easy to install and configure for either RS232 or Telnet communication modes.