MANAGE OUT-OF-BAND CRITICAL EQUIPMENT

Cellular network can be used to allow out-of-band monitoring or management (also sometimes called Lights Out Management (LOM) of critical devices or equipment, e.g. in telecom switch exchanges. When primary access link (or in-band) to manage or monitor your critical equipment is down, out-of-band access enabled administrators to remote reboot, shut-down or emergency re-configure your devices via its Ethernet or dedicated serial console connection.

 

In this example, two cellular routers (e.g. one HSUPA and the other EDGE) are configured for public network access (e.g. dynamic public IP and resolved using a DYNDNS service) to allow their administrators to access one device's webserver (using its Ethernet port) and the other to its console terminal (using its RS232 port)

FATBOX GPRSV2

IMPLEMENTATION FEATURES OF THE FATBOX GPRSV2
 
  • Automatic reconnection if dropped data session (PPP) is detected by watch dog

  • Auto PING function tests connection to the application server, else reboot to establish a new session

  • Dynamic DNS client to use with dynamic IP addressed SIM to allow use of lower cost dynamic IP addressing

  • Telnet and SSH console via TCP/IP over cellular link for remote management of equipment

  • TCP/UDP to serial port routing to access serial console terminals of equipment

  • Wide power supply 5~30VDC ensure stability of operation (or dedicated telecom -48V power supply version)

  • Industrial design and all metal construction for durability

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