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HP KVM over IP for Remote Server Access

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Hi All,

 

Does this KVM over IP from HP mean you can just plug in to ethernet plug into a computer and remotely access it using a webbrowser/VNC etc. 

I'm new to server remote management so if you could let me know it would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

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Which server do you have? Most semi-modern HP machines have their iLO remote management card built in. 

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14 hours ago, veryDIMM said:

Hi All,

 

Does this KVM over IP from HP mean you can just plug in to ethernet plug into a computer and remotely access it using a webbrowser/VNC etc. 

I'm new to server remote management so if you could let me know it would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

No.  you would need to use ILO for that.  Those adapters would plug into another KVM switch with a CATx cable.  You would connect to that KVM through the network to see everything that is connected.
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