Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white
Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white
Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white
Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white

Joint Cover Piece 80x55

Catalogue Number: ISM11106P

Discontinued

Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white
Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white
Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white
Joint cover piece 80x55 Polar white
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Specifications

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Range of product
OptiLine 70
Cabling installation system
trunking
Product or component type
joint cover piece
Colour tint
polar white (RAL 9003)
Quantity per set
set of 1
Trunking material
plastic
Trunking dimension
80 x 55 mm
Fixing mode
snap-fitted
Material
PC/ABS
Length
100 mm
Height
88 mm
Width
57 mm
Standards
  • 73/23/EEC
  • 93/68/EEC
  • EN 50085-1:2005
  • EN 50085-1:2013/A1
  • EN 50085-2-1:2006
  • NF C 68-102
  • EN 50085-2-1:2011/A1
    • Ambient air temperature for operation
      -25-60 °C
      IP degree of protection
      IP40
      IK degree of protection
      IK07
      Sustainable offer status
      Green Premium product
      REACh Regulation
      Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
      REACh free of SVHC
      Yes
      EU RoHS Directive
      Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
      Toxic heavy metal free
      Yes
      Mercury free
      Yes
      RoHS exemption information
      Yes
      China RoHS Regulation
       Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
      Environmental Disclosure
      ENVPEP060310EN

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the part code for the Joint cover kit for ISM11500

       The part code is ISM11506

      Need the shelf to separate power and low voltage in ISM111000 actassi trunking

      Use a ISM10902 shelf 

      What is the part number for the END stop for the ISM11400P ducting?

      The part number for the END stop for the ISM11400P ducting is - ISM11404

      For further information , visit link below:-
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=ISM11404
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      What is the code for the dividers to suit the ISM11100

      The part code is ISM10902

      What is the fill volume of the ISM11100 with data cable

      The fill volume is 27 cables

      What is the part number for the T-Piece for the Actassi trunking?

      T-Piece - ISM11107

      Is the ISM11100 trunking made from PVC?

      Yes, the ISM11100 trunking is made from PVC.

      Some of the key features are:
      • Easy installation – symmetrical design and click-in mounted accessories
      • Pre-punched slots in the partition walls of the PVC trunking – easy to make holes to feed cables between the compartments
      • Adaptors and boxes with several unique installation benefits
      • 55 mm deep – high capacity and safe wire connections
      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=ISM11100P

      What is the code for the T Piece for the mini trunking 25 x 60mm ISM14600

      Part number is ISM14606 But this is no longer commercialized for sale in New Zealand.

      What is the code for the Actassi trunking shelf?

      The code for the trunking shelf is ISM10902.

      What is the part number for a power/data shroud to suit ISM11550, Optiline 70 two compartment duct?

      MDEOLSPTD is the power/data shroud to suit ISM11550, Optiline 70 two compartment duct.
      For further information, please visit: https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=MDEOLSPTD

       

      What is the part number of the power/ data shroud kit to suit Optiline 70 post ISM20606?

      The part number of the power/ data shroud kit to suit Optiline 70 post ISM20606 is MDEOLSPTD. Using MDEOLSPTD, Clipsal 2000 and C2000 series can be fixed on to Optiline 70 posts.
      For further information please visit
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=MDEOLSPTD
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=ISM20606

      MDEOLSPTD
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      ISM20606
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      APC KVM Switch Compatibility (AP5610, AP5615, AP5616 or KVM1116P, KVM2116P, KVM2132P and KVM Access) with Java 7, Update 51 and higher


      Issue

      APC's Rack IP/Digital KVM Switch models rely on a Java viewer for browser access.

      Upon upgrading Java 7, Update 51, the Java client/viewer (accessible via the web browser) for KVM1116P, KVM2116P, and KVM2132P KVM switches will not launch successfully. "Unable to launch the application" may appear or a similar security warning.
       

      Prior to upgrading to Java 7, Update 51, the following message may have been received on KVM1116P, KVM2116P, or KVM2132P:
       
      This application will be blocked in a future Java security update because the JAR file manifest does not contain the Permissions attribute. Please contact the Publisher for more Information.




      On AP5610, AP5615, or AP5616, the following message may also be received:
       



      Lastly, KVM Access Software v1.0.085 for Windows or Linux is not Java 7 compatible. Java 32 bit works best in general. The user may receive an error message similar to below:
       



      Product Line
       
      • Rack Accessories - KVM Switches
        • KVM1116P
        • KVM2116P
        • KVM2132P
        • KVM Access Software
        • AP5610 (discontinued)
        • AP5615 (discontinued)
        • AP5616 (discontinued)



      Environment
      • Java 7, Update 51 and higher on client computer using to access the KVM Switch via a web browser
        • Note: Excludes Java 8
      • KVM1116P, KVM2116P, KVM2132P - firmware v1.0.081 or older
      • KVM Access Software v1.0.085
      • AP5610, AP5615, AP5616 - all firmware versions


      Cause

      Starting with Java 7 Update 51, Java has enhanced security model to make user system less vulnerable to the external exploits. The new version of Java does not allow users to run the applications that are not signed (Unsigned), Self signed (not signed by trusted authority), and the applications that are missing permission attributes.



      Resolution

      Update: The web browser Java client within KVM1116P, KVM2116P, and KVM2132P has been updated within a firmware upgrade to work properly. v1.0.086 is available for KVM2132P/KVM2116P Enterprise IP KVMs and v1.0.088 is available for KVM1116P SMB IP KVM. Please find them attached to this knowledge base below. For KVM Access Software, v1.1.102-02 setup and upgrade files are available and also attached to this knowledge base. 

      Note: KVM Access Software v1.1.102 does not work properly with Java 8. As an interim solution if the user is using Java 8 on their operating system, you can downgrade it to Java 7, then install the KVM Access Software. After successfully installing the KVM Access Software, the user can upgrade to Java 8 again and the software will run with Java 8.

      KVM1116P, KVM2116P, KVM2132P only: The downloadable Java Client AP does not experience this problem. This is an alternative which will allow a user to access the KVM Switch remotely outside of a web browser. Within the web interface of the KVM, select the Download -> Java Client AP and save it to your local machine.

      All KVM models: As a workaround prior to or in place of a KVM firmware upgrade, the user can use Exception Site list feature within Java to run the applications blocked by security settings. By adding the URL of the blocked application to the Exception Site list, it allows the application to run with some warnings.

      For more information on this workaround, please visit this link: https://www.java.com/en/download/help/java_blocked.xml

      AP5610, AP5615, and AP5616 have been discontinued since late 2008 and will not have any future firmware upgrades available.


       

      KVM-SERIAL Configuration Information and Assistance


      Issue

      KVM-SERIAL Configuration Information and Assistance including module's DB-9 pinout and general information
       

      Product Line
      • Rack Accessories - KVM Switches
        • KVM1116P, KVM2116P, KVM2132P



      Environment
      • All serial numbers
      • All firmware versions
      • KVM-SERIAL applications


      Cause

      Typically, when using KVM-SERIAL a gender changer, serial cable, or port configuration is often required. This article is intended to help provide some of that information.


      Resolution

      Below is the pinout configuration for the KVM-SERIAL server module.




      In an example configuration with an APC UPS with a DB-9 port serial port (which uses 940-0024 or 940-1524 APC serial cable for communications), we have connected KVM-SERIAL in the following manner.


      Parts used:
      • Model KVM1116P KVM Switch
      • APC part number KVM-SERIAL server module
      • APC Smart UPS 750 (model SUA750, with DB-9 serial port)
      • (2) DB-9 gender changers
      • (1) part number 940-0024 or 940-1524 APC UPS Smart Signaling serial cable
      • (1) part number 940-0103 APC null modem serial cable


      Note:  Any mis-use or incorrect configuration of serial cables and/or gender changers could cause your UPS to unexpectedly react or turn off (thus, any attached equipment could be turned off without warning), depending on the pinout of the cables incorrectly connected. Please verify you have the correct APC cables (and other pieces) as a standard serial cable cannot be used in place of an APC cable.


       
      • Physical connection: KVM Switch->KVM-SERIAL (DB-9F)->F to M gender changer->940-0103 APC null modem cable->F to M gender changer->940-0024/1524 APC Smart Signaling cable->UPS DB-9F.
       
      • KVM-SERIAL port configuration (set within KVM1116P): 2400 baud rate, 8 data bits, parity none, 1 stop bit, no flow control.

      KVM1116P, KVM2116P, and KVM2132P KVM Switches using standalone WinClient and Java Client - Compatibility/Video Issue


      Issue

      When using the WinClient or Java Client with my KVM1116P, KVM2116P or KVM2132P IP KVM Switch, why is my video distorted (as seen below)?





      Product Line
      • KVM Switches
        • KVM1116P SMB IP KVM
        • KVM2116P Enterprise IP KVM
        • KVM2132P Enterprise IP KVM



      Environment
      • Users utilizing the standalone WinClient or Java Client downloaded from the KVM Switch to access devices remotely
      • Users possibly in environments with both SMB and Enterprise KVMs

      Cause

      This can be caused by using the WinClient (WinClient.exe) or Java Client (JavaClient.jar) being downloaded from an SMB KVM being used with an Enterprise KVM, or vice versa. Each SMB or Enterprise KVM must be used with the respective client or else the video problem above may be experienced.

      Also, for the Java Client, having multiple versions of Java installed on the computer you are using the Java Client on could contribute to this problem.



      Resolution

      For each type of KVM, make sure to download the WinClient or Java Client directly from the appropriate KVM. If you have done that and are using the Java Client, verify if multiple versions of Java are installed on the machine. If possible, try to remove all but a supported version (most Java 6 and Java 7 versions are designed to work).


      Are APC by Schneider Electric network enabled products IPv6 compliant?


      All APC by Schneider Electric Network Management Card 2 devices with AOS (APC Operating System) > version 5.1.1 or higher are Certified IPv6 Ready (Phase-2/Gold Logo) by the IPv6 forum (https://www.ipv6ready.org). The Logo ID# is 02-C-000439 and was approved on Feb 15, 2010. The Phase 2 Gold Logo verifies optimum compliance with the IPv6 protocol.

      UPS Network Management Card 2 SKUs include but are not limited to: AP9630, AP9631, AP9635, AP9630CH, AP9630J, AP9631CH, AP9631J, AP9635, and AP9635CH.

      Devices that have a mini embedded Network Management Card 2 or UPSs with a preinstalled Network Management Card 2 are Certified IPv6 Ready (Phase-2/Gold Logo) by the IPv6 forum (https://www.ipv6ready.org), as above. 

      Devices with mini embedded Network Management Card 2 include but are not limited to: second generation APC by Schneider Electric Rack Power Distribution Units and select Audio/Video products.

      You can check the model and AOS version from the interface of your Network Management Card 2 from the command line interface via telnet, SSH, and local access by issuing the about command. Via the web interface, navigate to the Administration tab->General->About to view the model and AOS version.

      Additionally, certain APC by Schneider Electric KVM switches include IPv6 functionality, including AP5610, AP5615, AP5616, KVM2132P, KVM2116P, and KVM1116P.

      Video: How do I reset the super administrator password on my Digital IP KVM (KVM1116P, KVM2116P, or KVM2132P only)?


      Issue

      The super administrator's password has been forgotten


      Product Line
       
      • Rac Accessories - KVM Switches
        • KVM1116P
        • KVM2116P
        • KVM2132P


      Environment

      All firmware revisions, all serial numbers


      Cause

      The password is unknown


      Resolution

      Perform the following password reset procedure:
       
      1. Turn off the power to the KVM Switch. Open the top cover of  KVM Switch, and short the jumper marked "Restore Default Password". Depending on the model, the jumper may be labeled differently. See the chart below.


       
      KVM Model Jumper Number and Label on KVM Motherboard
      KVM1116P J8 - Restore Password
      KVM2116P J25 - Restore Password
      KVM2132P J25 - Restore Password


       
      (Rear of KVM2132P is shown at the top of the picture)
       
       
      (Front of KVM2132P is shown at the bottom of the picture)
       
      1. With the jumper shorted, turn on power to the KVM Switch, and wait for the front panel LEDs of the KVM to flash in unison. When they start to flash, the reset is completed. 
       
      1. Return the jumper to the open position, remove power from the KVM switch, and replace the cover.
       
      1. Turn the power back on for the device.



      The assigned usernames and passwords will all be cleared. Start the OSD with the default username/password, which is apc/apc for KVM1116P, KVM2116P, and KVM2132P.

      For a video tutorial on this procedure, please see below:
       

      IP Installer Utility for APC KVMXXXX Digital IP KVM Switches


      Issue

      IP Installer provided for user download in order to configure/modify TCP/IP settings for APC KVMXXXX Digital IP KVM switches


      Product Line
      • Rack Accessories - KVM Switches
        • KVM1116P
        • KVM2116P
        • KVM2132P
           

      Environment

      • All serial numbers
      • KVMs connected via network


      Cause

      One option for users to assign TCP/IP settings is to use the attached IP Installer .exe on Windows systems to locate APC KVMXXXX Digital IP KVM Switches via the network. This tool requires that the "IP Installer" setting in Device Management menu is set to Enabled. If the setting is set to View, the user can search and identify the KVM but not modify TCP/IP settings. If the setting is set to Disabled, the KVM switch will not be discovered by the utility.


      Resolution

      Download the attached .exe file in order to utilize the tool. Alternatively, a user can connect a keyboard, monitor, and mouse to log in and configure the KVM switch as well.

      How to recover from corrupted firmware or unresponsive APC Digital IP KVM - models KVM1116P, KVM2116P, and KVM2132P


      Issue

      The APC Digital IP KVM firmware upgrade has failed or gone awry and the KVM is not functioning properly.

      The APC Digital IP KVM is found to be unresponsive or will not boot properly (such as with a blank screen with or without a mouse pointer).


      Products
      • Rack Accessories - KVM Switches
        • KVM1116P
        • KVM2116P
        • KVM2132P

      Environment
      • All serial numbers
      • All firmware versions

      Cause

      This process should be used to try and recover an unresponsive KVM switch, such as after a failed firmware upgrade or corrupted firmware that causes the KVM not to boot.

      Resolution

      On the front panel, hold the pinhole Reset button and simultaneously power on the unit. See below for reference. 





      This will revert the KVM back to factory default firmware version and settings. The unit can then be upgraded to the newest firmware available, found on apc.com/support, through the local console or web interface.

       

      LDAP/LDAPS Configuration with KVM1116P, KVM2116P, and KVM2132P Digital IP KVM Switches


      Issue

      Need assistance or instructions on configuring LDAP/LDAPS with Digital IP KVM Switches


      Product Line
      • KVM1116P
      • KVM2116P
      • KVM2132P

      Environment
      • Microsoft Active Directory 2003
      • KVMXXXX Digital IP KVM Switches

      Resolution

      Please refer to the information below in order to configure LDAP or LDAPS on Microsoft Active Directory 2003.

      The KVM switch allows log in authentication and authorization through external programs. To allow authentication and authorization via LDAP or LDAPS, the Active Directory's LDAP Schema must be extended so that an extended attribute name for the KVM switch (Example: iKVM-userprofile) is added as an optional attribute to the person class.

      Note: Authentication refers to determining the authenticity of the person logging in. Authorization refers to assigning permission to use the device's various functions.

      In order to configure the LDAP server, you will have to complete the following procedures:

      1. Install the Windows Server Support Tools
      2. Install the Active Directory Schema Snap-in and;
      3. Extend and Update the Active Directory Schema


      Configuring LDAP with Windows 2003 Server


      Install the Windows 2003 Support Tools. To install the Windows 2003 Support Tools:

      1. On your Windows Server CD, open the Support >Tools folder.
      2. In the right panel of the dialog box that opens, double click SupTools.msi.
      3. Follow the Installation Wizard to complete the procedure.

      Install the Active Directory Schema Snap-in.

      1. Open a Command Prompt.
      2. Enter: regsvr32 schmmgmt.dll to register schmmgmt.dll on your Active Directory computer.
      3. Open the Start menu; Click Run. Enter: mmc /a & Click OK.
      4. On the File menu of the screen that appears, click Add/Remove Snap-in; then click Add.
      5. Under Available Standalone Snap-ins, double click Active Directory Schema. Click Close. Click OK.
      6. On the screen you are in, open the File menu and click Save.
      7. For Save in, specify the C:\Windows\system32 directory.
      8. For File name, enter schmmgmt.msc.
      9. Click Save to finish.

      Create a Start Menu Shortcut Entry.

      1. Right click Start. Select Open all Users > Programs > Administrative Tools.
      2. On the File menu, select New > Shortcut.
      3. In the dialog box that opens, browse to, or enter the path to schmmgmt.msc
      (C:\Windows\system32\schmmgmt.msc), then click Next.
      4. In the dialog box that opens, enter Active Directory Schema as the name for the shortcut, then click Finish.

      Extend and Update the Active Directory Schema.

      1. Create a new attribute.
      2. Extend the object class with the new attribute.
      3. Edit the active directory users with the extended schema.

      Creating a New Attribute.

      1. From the Start menu, open Administrative Tools > Active Directory Schema.
      2. In the left panel of the screen that opens, right-click Attributes.
      3. Select New > Attribute.
      4. In the warning message that opens, click Continue to open the Create New Attribute dialog box.
      5. Fill in the dialog box to match the entries for Description and Common Name shown below, then click OK to complete the procedure.

      Note: The X500 Object ID must be unique and uses periods, not commas.




      Extend the Object Class With the New Attribute.

      1. Open the Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Active Directory Schema.
      2. In the left panel of the screen that opens, select Classes.
      3. In the right panel, right-click person.
      4. Select Properties. The person Properties dialog box opens with the General page displayed. Click the Attributes tab.
      5. On the Attributes page, click Add.
      6. In the list that opens, select iKVM-userprofile, then click OK to finish.





      Editing Active Directory Users. To edit Active Directory Users With the Extended Schema:

      1. Run ADSI Edit. (Installed as part of the Support Tools.)
      2. In the left panel, open Domain, and navigate to the DC=domain,DC=com CN=Users node.
      3. In the right panel, locate the user you wish to edit.
      4. Right-click on the user's name and select properties.
      5. On the Attribute Editor page of the dialog box, select iKVM-userprofile from the list.





      6. Click Edit to open the String Attribute Editor.
      7. Enter the KVM permission attribute values.
      8. Click OK. Return to the Attribute Editor page. The iKVM-userprofile entry now reflects the new permissions. Click Apply to save the change and complete the procedure. The new user now has the same permissions as user. Repeat to add other users.





      Note:
        "Administrator" represents the username of a KVM user whose permissions reflect the permissions you want the new user to have (see “Users” on page 59 of the User's Guide).


      Note: When logging in to access the KVM Switch, the common name of the user should be used in the username field. For example, if the user ID is "jsmith", but the common name for the entry is "John Smith", then "John Smith" would need to be entered as the username for the KVM

      APC KVM Switches and Corresponding Cables/Server Modules

       

      APC KVM Part Numbers and Corresponding Cables/Server Modules


      KVMXXXX Series KVM Switches/Cabling

      The KVMXXXX series of KVM Switches include KVM0108A, KVM0116A, KVM1116P, KVM0216A, KVM2116P, and KVM2132P. There is no backwards or forwards compatibility between this series and any other KVM models or families listed below except for the AP5641 power management cables and AP5262/AP5262 daisy chain cables as listed below.

      KVM0108A/KVM0116A - SMB Analog KVMs are compatible with:
       
      • KVM-USB - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, USB
      • KVM-PS2 - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, PS/2
      • AP5262 - APC KVM Daisy-Chain Cable - 2 ft (0.6 m)
      • AP5263 - APC KVM Daisy-Chain Cable - 6 ft (1.8 m)
        • Please note: It is possible to connect AP5262/AP5263 together for a maximum length of 18 ft.

      KVM1116P, KVM2116P, KVM2132P - SMB/Digital IP KVMs are compatible with:
       
      • KVM-USB - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, USB
      • KVM-PS2 - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, PS/2
      • KVM-USBVM - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, USB with Virtual Media
      • KVM-PS2VM - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, PS/2 with Virtual Media
      • KVM-USBVMCAC - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, USB with Virtual Media and CAC
      • KVM-SERIAL - APC KVM 2G, Server Module, Serial
      • AP5641 - APC KVM Power Management Cable

       


       

      The analog KVM (AP5602) and Digital IP KVMs (AP5610, AP5615, AP5616) use their own set of server modules and cabling. There is no backward or forward compatibility between the AP56XX KVMs and APC's first generation IP/Cat5 KVM offering (AP54XX). There is also no compatibility between the aforementioned models and the KVMXXXX KVM series, except for the AP5641 power management cable. All require CAT5 or 6 UTP cabling.
       

      AP5602 - CAT5 analog KVM is compatible with:
       
      • AP5630 APC KVM PS/2 Server Module
      • AP5631 APC KVM USB Server Module
      • AP5632 APC KVM SUN Server Module
      AP5610, AP5615, AP5616 - IP KVM's are compatible with
      • AP5630 - APC KVM PS/2 Server Module
      • AP5631 - APC KVM USB Server Module
      • AP5632 - APC KVM SUN Server Module
      • AP5634 - APC KVM USB VM Server Module
      • AP5635 - APC KVM PS/2 VM Server Module
      • AP5636 - APC KVM VT100 Serial Server Module
        • AP5640 - Power supply for Serial Server Module *
      • AP5641 - APC KVM Power Management Cable**

      * Power supply for Serial Server Module can support up to (4) APC KVM Serial Server Modules.

      ** AP5641 is the only supported cable for Power management. AP9317 has similar connections but should NOT be used as it is for a different purpose.


      The first generation of APC CAT5 Analog KVM (AP5401) and IP KVM (AP5405) require both a server module and CAT5 or 6 UTP cabling.

      AP5401 - 16 port Analog CAT5 KVM (PC PS/2, PC & SUN USB, SUN Mini-DIN)
      AP5405 - 16 port IP KVM (PC PS/2, PC & SUN USB, SUN Mini-DIN)

      • AP5460 - CAT5/IP KVM PS/2 Server Module (SM)
      • AP5461 - CAT5/IP KVM USB Server Module (SM)
      • AP5462 - CAT5/IP KVM SUN Server Module (SM)
         

      The APC Multi-Platform Analog KVM Switches with pre-set lengths of cables listed below:

      AP5201 - 8 port Multi-Platform Analog KVM (PC PS/2, USB, SUN 13W3 or VGA)
      AP5202 - 16 port Multi-Platform Analog KVM (PC PS/2, USB, SUN 13W3 or VGA)
      AP5808 - 17" Rack LCD Console with Integrated 8 Port Analog KVM Switch
      AP5816 - 17" Rack LCD Console with Integrated 16 Port Analog KVM Switch

      • AP5264 – 3' PS/2 Cable
      • AP5250 – 6' PS/2 Cable
      • AP5251 - 6' SUN (13W3) Cable
      • AP5252 - 6' SUN (VGA) Cable
      • AP5253 – 6' USB Cable
      • AP5254 – 12' PS/2 Cable
      • AP5255 - 12' SUN (13W3) Cable
      • AP5256 - 12’ SUN (VGA) Cable
      • AP5257 – 12’ USB Cable
      • AP5258 - 25' PS/2 Cable
      • AP5259 - 25' SUN (13W3) Cable
      • AP5260 - 25' SUN (VGA) Cable
      • AP5261 - 25' USB Cable
      • AP5262 - 2' AP52XX/AP58XX Daisy Chain Cable
      • AP5263 - 6' AP52XX/AP58XX Daisy Chain Cable
      • AP5821 - 6' USB Extension Cable (AP5808/AP5816 only)
      • AP5822 - 12' USB Extension Cable (AP5808/AP5816 only)
      • AP5823 - 25' USB Extension Cable (AP5808/AP5816 only)

       




      ***Note: These KVM switches and related cables are no longer manufactured or sold by APC.

      AP9254 4 port KVM (PC only)

      • AP9850 - 10’ PS/2 Cable
      • AP9851 - 25’ PS/2 Cable for AP9254/ AP9258

      AP9258 8 port KVM (PC only)
      • AP9850 - 10’ PS/2 Cable for AP9254/ AP9258
      • AP9851 - 25’ PS/2 Cable for AP9254/ AP9258

      AP9278 8 port KVM (PC/Sun PS/2, USB)
      • AP9850 - 10’ PS/2 Cable for AP9254/ AP9258
      • AP9851 - 25’ PS/2 Cable for AP9254/ AP9258
      • AP9853 - 15’ Cable for Sun for AP9278 
      • AP9854 - 15’ 13W3 Cable for Sun for AP9278
      • AP9855 - 12’ USB Cable for AP9278


      Pairing Cable for AP9258 and AP9254 ONLY: AP9852


      *NOTE: In order to pair the above KVMs, the units must have a serial number greater than: RA0235
       


      MasterView KVM Part #s and Corresponding Cables


      58066 – 4 port KVM (PC only) Cascade up to 64 PCs

      • 58PS2V-Length – Available in 6, 10, 15 and 25 foot lengths, for PS/2 Kbd/Mouse, Video
      • 58ATV-Length – Available in 6, 10, 15 and 25 foot lengths for, PC Kbd, Serial Mouse, Video

      58065 – 8 port KVM (PC only) Cascade up to 302 PCs
      • 42011-10 – 10’ Cable for PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse, Video
      • 42010-10 – 10’ Cable for PC Keyboard, Serial Mouse, Video
      • 42014-10 – 10’ Extension cable for 42011 & 42010
      • 58012-3/10 – 3’ or 10’ Cascading cable for 58065 KVM Switch


      58068 - 16 port KVM (PC only) Cascade up to 302 PCs, w/ audio

      • 42011-10 – 10’ Cable for PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse, Video
      • 42010-10 – 10’ Cable for PC Keyboard, Serial Mouse, Video
      • 42014-10 – 10’ Extension cable for 42011 & 42010
      • Or 42087-6/10/15 for Audio support as well as PS/2 Kbd/Mouse, Video
      • 42088-2 cascade cable for 58068 KVM Switch


      58098 – 4 port KVM (PC only)

      • 58PS2V-Length – 6,10,15 and 25 foot length


      58100 – 4 port USB KVM (PC only)

      • 58USB-6 -Length – 6 foot
      • 58USB-10 -Length – 10 foot
       

      Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

      For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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      Creating an Aggregate Device within the KVM Access Software


      Issue

      How to create an aggregate device within the KVM Access Management Software and why it may be suggested to do so.


      Product Line

      KVM Switches
      • KVM Access Software (ships with KVMXXXX Digital IP KVMs)
      • KVM1116P
      • KVM2116P
      • KVM2132P


      Environment
      • Users wishing to consolidate nodes within their KVM Access Software
      • All software versions


      Cause

      Aggregate devices can be created when a device (router, server, ethernet switch, etc.,) managed through KVM Access is capable of being accessed through several devices’ ports. By consolidating those ports into a single Aggregate Device, the Aggregate Device counts as a single node, and only requires a single license.

      In the case of utilizing Rack PDU Power Integration, creating an aggregate device allows the end user to tie a PDU port/outlet and a KVM port together, making it easier for the end user to manage power to that specific server without having to guess at what PDU ports are tied to what KVM ports.

      The purpose behind the aggregate device is to allow an end user to tie devices together to make for ease of management through the Access Software.  When a user needs to shut down a specific server remotely they don't have to navigate through different screens to do the necessary power down, they can just access that specific aggregate device, shut down those PDU ports and they are done.

      Example: I have 300 node license but have 300 servers and 600 PDU ports/outlets for a total of 900 total target devices, (servers and PDU ports). Each server has a dual power supply so in full, I would need to purchase a 900 node license to cover all these ports. By creating an aggregate device, I can put in (2) KVM ports and (4) PDU ports/outlets together in each aggregate device effectively creating 150 nodes in total. By doing this, I am decreasing the amount of nodes I need to cover my entire environment.



      Resolution

      Refer to the instructions and steps below in order to successfully create an aggregate device within the KVM Access Software.
       

      How to Create an Aggregate Device
       

      1.) Within KVM Access, navigate to the Device Management section.

      2.) In the Devices menu, select <--Add--> and choose Aggregate Device.



      3.) Fill in the fields on the Add Aggregate Device Page, according to the notes below: 

      Field Explanation
      Auto Detect

      If you are adding one of the specifically mentioned Aggregate Device Model Types and enable Auto Detect, KVM Access will check if the device is online.
      Note: Only a user with administrator privileges can enable this function.

      Detect Interval

      Set the detect interval by entering a value in seconds. This is how often the system automatically checks that the Aggregate Device is online.

      IP

      Key in the Aggregate Device's IP address. Click Test Connection to confirm that the IP has been correctly detected.

      Connect Method

      Select either SSH or Telnet from the drop down menu.

      Port

      Key in the access port used to connect to it (via browser). The default SSH port is 22; Telnet is 23.

      Username/Password

      Key in a username and password that will be required to access the Aggregate Device.

      Login name field/password field

      Key in the information so that the KVM Access knows where to put the login name and password information under certain single sign on situations.

      Timeout

      The amount of time to wait for a connection request to complete before canceling the request.

      Server Select the KVM Access unit that the Aggregate Device server is connected under.


      4.) In the Configure Device Properties page, provide a name to identify the aggregate device in the Name field.



      5.) Optional:
      Provide a further description, department, location and/or type lists and click on the one(s) you want the Aggregate Device to belong to. Provide any additional information in the Contact Information field.

      6.) Set the Power Control Options as outlined below:

      • Click the box to enable confirmation for power operation
      • Click the box to enable delay for power operation, and set the power on/power off delay field in seconds.

        Note: If the device does not support this function, the option will not work.
      7.) When finished with this page, click Next. The Configure Network Connectivity page comes up.



      8.) Fill in the fields according to the information in the table below:
       
      Field Description
      Network Information

      Select network: If the server for the aggregate device only has one network interface, select Primary, then move on to configure the remaining fields. If it has more than one network interface, after you finish configuring the Primary one, come back to choose the additional ones and configure each of them in turn.
      Name: For convenience, each of the network interfaces can be named.
      IP Address: Enter the Aggregate Device's IP address here.
      Access Type: Use the drop down list to select the access type. The choices are Generic, Dell DRAC 5, Dell iDRAC 6, HP iLO2, and IBM RSAII. Only the Generic option supports VNC and RDP connectivity.
      Server: Select the KVM Access unit that the Aggregate Device server is connected under.

      Web Session URL: To access the Aggregate Device server via the web, key in the URL that will bring up its management page.
      Enable SSO: Check this box to enable single sign on functionality, and then select which credentials to use.
      • Select Use login user credentials to use the same account username and password as the KVM Access user account.
      • Select Use following credentials and enter new credentials in the fields below.
      Login name, password: Fill in these fields according to the Aggregate Device server's authentication and authorization procedures.
      Login name field/password field Key in the information so that the KVM Access knows where to put the login name and password information under certain single sign on situations
      SSH/Telnet Session IP Address, Login name, Password, SSH/Telnet port: To access the Aggregate Device server via an SSH/telnet session, key in the appropriate information into these fields according to the Aggregate Device server's authentication and authorization procedures.
      Note: An SSH session also requires entering login string information.
      VNC Session Port: Enter the port number for the VNC session
      Enable SSO: Check this box to enable single sign on functionality, and then enter View only and Full control passwords.
      RDP Session RDP Port: Enter the port number for the VNC session.
      Enable SSO: Check this box to enable single sign on functionality, and then select which credentials to use.
      • Select Use login user credentials to use the same account username and password as the KVM Access user account.
      • Select Use following credentials and enter new credentials in the fields below.
      SPM (Service Processor Management) SPM Method: Select from the drop down menu. Options are IPMI, Dell DRAC 5, Dell iDRAC 6, HP iLO2, or IBM RSA II.
      Port: Enter the port number for the SPM session
      Login name, password: Fill in these fields according to the SPM server's authentication authorization procedures.
      Timeout: Set the amount of time to wait for a connection request to complete before canceling the request.
       

       

      Adding Ports to an Aggregate Device

      1.) Select your Aggregate Device in the Device List or Sidebar. The Port List page comes up.

      2.) Click Add (at the top right of the panel). The Add Ports page appears and lists all the available ports that can be added.
       

      3.) You can combine any of the ports that are listed on the page in the Aggregate Device. Put a check in the checkbox in front of the ports that you want, then click Save.

      4.) If a port is already part of another aggregate or group device, a dialog box appears to notify you that it will be removed from the original device when added to this aggregate device and asks you to confirm that this is what you want to do. Click OK to accept the change or Cancel to abort.

      5.) When you return to the Port List page, the selected ports are automatically unlocked and are listed as being associated with the Aggregate Device. The ports are also nested under the Aggregate Device in the Sidebar.

      Notes:

      1. A port that has been made part of an aggregate device can only be used with that device. It cannot be assigned to any other device without being removed from the aggregate device.

      2. Once a port has been made part of an aggregate device, it is no longer treated as an individual port, and cannot be locked or unlocked manually. If at some point you want to treat this port as a physical port, or add it to a group device you must first delete it from the aggregate device.
       

      Additional Notes and FYIs:
       

      For a blade server: The server itself and every blade in it has to count. For example: Dell M1000e + 16 blades = 17 nodes

      But if the individual blade has connection to KVM Access directly, then the total nodes of KVM Port/Power Port will be reduced as the connection adds, but there are the following rules:

      • KVM port numbers can not be greater than 1.
      • Power port numbers can not be greater than 6.
      • Serial port numbers can not be greater than 1.
      All connection to KVM Access in the Aggregate Only section count as one node. The following rules need to be taken into account:
      • KVM port numbers can not be greater than 2.
      • Power port numbers can not be greater than 8.
      • Serial port numbers can not be greater than 4.
      In the case of the Dell M1000e, you cannot add the whole Blade Server, but you can add individual blades.