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KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual ii FCC Information This is an FCC Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which cas e the user may be required to tak e adequate measures. This equipment has been test ed and found to comply with the limit s for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual iii User Information Online Registration Be sure to register your product at our online support center: International – http :/ /supp ort.aten.com North America – http ://www .aten-usa.com/product_registration T elephone Suppo rt International – 886-2-869 2-6959 North America – 1- 8 88-999-A TEN User Notice All information, docum entation, and specifications contained in this manual are subject to change without prior no tification by the manufacturer.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual iv Package Content s The KH1508i / KH1516i package consist s of: 1 KH1508i or KH1 516i Cat 5 High-Den sity KVM Over the NET™ Switch 1 Firmware Upgrade Cable 1P o w e r C o r d 1 Rack Mount Kit 1 Foot P ad Set (4 pcs .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual v Content s FCC Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii SJ/T 11364-2006. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual vi Chapter 3. Basic Operation Port Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual vii Firmware Upgrade Recovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Adapter Cable Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Before You Begin. .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual viii Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation Windows Client Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Hotkey Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual ix Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual x Appendix Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual xi About This Manual This User Manual is provided to help you get the most from your KH1508i / KH1516i system. It covers al l aspects of installation, confi guration and operation. An overv iew of the information found in the manu al is provided below.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual xii Chapter 12, Keyboar d Emulation, provides tables that list the PC to Mac and PC to Sun keyboard emulation mapp ing s. An Appendix, provides specifications and other technical information regarding the KH1508i / K H1516i.
1 Chapter 1 Introduction Overview The KH1508i / KH1516i KVM Switches are control un its that allow access to multiple computers from a single KVM (keyboard, monitor, and m ouse) console. A single KH1508i / KH1 516i can control up to 8 / 16 computers.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 2 For local access, the KH1508i / KH151 6i supports resolutions of u p to 1600 x 1200, as well as 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz for an extend ed distance of up to 40 m. For remote access, the switches support up to 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz.
Chapter 1. Introduction 3 Features A single console controls up to 8 (KH150 8i) or 16 (K H15 16i) computers Dedicated chain ports - daisy chain up to 15 additional units - control up to 256 computers from a single consol e Extends the distance between comput ers and switch - up to 30m for resolutions of 1600 x 1200 @ 60H z; up to 40 m for resolutions of 1 280 x 1024 @ 75Hz Custom ASIC (patent pending) auto-senses station's position on daisy chained installations - no need for ma nual DIP switch setting - front panel LED indicates station's position – port names automatically reconfigured in the OSD when the station sequence changes Multiplatform su pport: PC, Mac, Sun and terminal -based systems Remote access via LAN, W AN, or the In ternet – control yo ur installation from down the hall, down the street, or hal f-way around the world – supports 10Base-T , 100Base-T , TCP/IP , HTTP Allows the creation of up to 64 user accounts Advanced security – password protection and adva nced encry ption technologies W indows and Java-based client softw are – Java client provides suppo rt for most major operating platforms No software required – conv enient computer selection via port selection switches, hotkeys and intuitive On Screen Display (O SD) menus Auto Scan feature for monito ring user-selected computers Hot Pluggable - add or remove switches/computers wi thou t having to power down the switches T wo level logout - Manual and T imed Upgradeable firmware PS/2 keyboard and mouse emulatio n – comp uters boot even when the console focus is elsewhere Superior video quality – suppor ts resolutions up to 160 0 x 1200 Rack Mountable in 19" System Rack (1U) kh15816i.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 4 Requirement s General For best results, we recommend th at the computers used to access the KH1508i / KH1516i have at least a P III 1 GHz processor, and that their screen resolution is set to 1024 x 768 For best results, we recommend an In ternet connection speed of at least 128 kbps Browsers must support 128 bit data encryption T o run the W indows client, you must have DirectX 7.
Chapter 1. Introduction 5 KVM Adapter Cables Cat 5 (or higher) cable is required to connect the KH1 508i / KH1516i to a KVM Adapter Cable (see Single Station Installation , page 12). The following KVM Adapter Cables are required for use with the KH1508i / KH1516i: Supported Operat ing Systems The following operating systems are supp ort ed by the KH1508i / KH1516i: Language Support American English French German Japanese T raditional Chinese UK English Function Module Connect to devices with PS/2 ports KA9520 Connect to devices with USB ports KA9570 Connect to Sun Legacy systems (with 13W3 p ort) KA9130 Connect to Sun USB systems KA9131 Connect to serial based devices KA9140 OS Ve r s i o n DOS 6.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 6 Component s Front V iew KH1508i KH1516i 4 3 5 1&2 67 1&2 4 35 6 7 kh15816i.book Page 6 Wednesday , December 26, 2007 11:12 AM .
Chapter 1. Introduction 7 No. Compo- nent Description 1P o r t Selection Switches Press a switch to give the KVM focus to the computer attached to its corresponding port. Simultaneously pressing Buttons 1 and 2 for 3 seconds performs a Keyboard and Mouse Reset.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 8 Rear V i ew KH1508i KH1516i No. Component Description 1 Power Socket The AC power cord plugs in here. 2 Power Switch This rocker switch powers the unit on and off. 3 LAN Port The cable that connects the KH1508i / KH1516i to the Internet plugs in here.
9 Chapter 2 Hardware Setup Overview For convenience and flexibili ty that allows mixing the PS/2, USB, and serial device interfaces, as well as multiple platforms, the KH1508i / KH1516i's design utilizes KVM A dapter Cables (CPU Modules), that serve as intermediaries between the switch and the connected devices (refer to the installation diagram on page 13).
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 10 St acking and Rack Mounting The KH1508i / KH15 16i can be stacked on th e desktop or rack mounted at the front or rear of the rack. The following sections take you through the procedures for each method. St acking The KH1508i / KH1516i can be placed on any appropriate level surface that can safely support its weight plus the we ight of its attached cables.
Chapter 2. Hardware Setup 11 Rack Mounting The KH1508i / KH1516 i can be mounted in a 19" (1U) racks. The mounting brackets can screw into either the front or the back of the unit so that it can attach to the front or the back of the rack. To rack mount the unit: 1.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 12 Single St ation Inst allation In a Single Stage installation, ther e are no additional KVM switches daisy chained down from the KH1508i / KH151 6i. To set up a single stage installation, refer to the installatio n diagrams starting on page 13 (the numbers in the diagram correspond with the numbers of th e instruction steps), and do the following: 1.
Chapter 2. Hardware Setup 13 Single S t age Inst allation Diagram 4 5 3 1 2 2 b y A TEN PS/2 CPU MODUL E MODEL NO. KA9120 PS/2 CPU MODUL E MODEL NO.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 14 KVM Adapter Cable Inst allation Diagrams KA9520 b y A TEN LIN K KA9570 by A TEN LIN K KA9130 b y A TEN LIN K KA9131 b y A TEN LIN K KA9140 SERIAL TERMINAL kh15816i.
Chapter 2. Hardware Setup 15 Daisy Chaining Up to 15 additional KH1508 / KH15 16 KVM switches can be daisy chained down from the KH1508i or KH1516i. As many as 256 com put ers can be controlled from a single cons ole in a complete installation. Note: Aten ACS1208 / ACS1216 switch es can also be installed on a KH1 508i / KH1516i daisy chain.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 16 6. Power up the instal lation according to the following procedure: a) Power up the First Station. W ait for the unit to ascertain its Station ID and display it on the Station ID LED. (The Station ID for the First S tage unit is 01, the ID for the Second Stage unit is 02, the ID for the Third Stage unit is 03, etc.
17 Chapter 3 Basic Operation Port Selection KH1508i / KH151 6i installations provide three methods t o obtain instant access to any computer in your installation: Manual, OSD, and Hotkey . Manual For manual po rt selection, simp ly press the Port Switch that corresponds to the device you wish to access.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 18 Hot Plugging The KH1508i / KH151 6i supports h ot plugging – component s can be removed and added back into the inst allation by unplugging and repluggin g their cables from their ports without the need to shut the unit down.
Chapter 3. Basic Operation 19 Powering Off and Rest arting If it becomes necessary to power off the KH1508i / KH1 516i, or if the switch loses power and needs to be restarted, before starting it back up you must follow these procedures: 1. Shut down all the computer s that are attached to it.
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21 Chapter 4 Local Console Operation Overview When setting up your KH1508i / KH1516 i installation for the first time, we recommend doing it from the local console. Local console operation offers a menu driven On Screen Display (OSD) to handle computer control and switching op erations.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 22 The OSD Main Screen After you successfully log in, a screen similar to the one below appears: Note: 1. The screen depicts the Administra tor's Main Screen. The User Main Screen does not show the F4 or F6 function since it is reserved for the Administrator and can't be accessed by ordinary Users.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 23 OSD Navigation T o dismiss the menu, and d eactivate the OSD, Click the X at the upper right corner of the OSD W indow; or press [Esc] . T o Logout, Click F8 or the Z Z Z symbol at the top of the Main Screen, or press [F8] .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 24 OSD Functions OSD functions are used to configure and control the OSD. For example, rapidly switching to any port; scanning only selected port s; limiting the list of ports you wish to view; designating a port as a Quick View Port; managing port names; or making OSD setting adjust ments.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 25 F2 LIST This function le ts you broaden or narr ow the scope of which ports the OSD displays (lists) on the Main OSD Sc reen. Many of the OSD functions only operate on the computers that are listed on the Main OSD Screen.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 26 F3 SET This function allows the Administrato r and each User to set up their own working environment. A separate profile for each is stored by the OSD and is activated accord ing to the Username that is provided during Login.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 27 (Continued from previous page.) (Continues on next page.) Setting Function SCAN DURA TION Determines how long t he focus dw ells on each port as it cycles through the selected ports in Auto Scan Mode (see F7 SCAN , page 32).
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 28 (Continued from previous page.) Setting Function ACTIV A TE BEEPER Choices are Y (for Y es), or N (for No). When activated, the beeper sounds whenever a Port is changed, when activating t he Auto Scan function (see F7 SCAN , page 32), or an invalid entry is made on an OSD menu.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 29 F4 ADM F4 is an Admini strator only fun ction. It allows the Administrator to con figure and control the overall operation of the OSD. To change a setting use th e Up and Down Arrow Keys to move the highligh t bar to it then press [E nter] .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 30 (Continued from previous page.) Setting Function SET OPERA TING SYSTEM S pecifies the operating plat form of the computer att ached to each port. For each port, press the [Sp acebar] to cycle through the choices (PC, Mac, Sun, and Other).
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 31 F5 SKP This function enables you to easily skip backw ard or forward, switching the console focus from the cu rrently active KVM Port to the previous or next available one. The selection of computers to be av ailable for Skip Mode switching is made with the Scan/Skip Mode setting und er the F3 SET function (see page 26).
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 32 F6 IP This function allow s you to select whether t o assign the KH1508i / KH1 516i’s IP address dynamically (DHCP), or to give it a fixed IP address. Press [Enter] to toggle between the choices. If you toggle DHCP Enable to Off, specify the IP, Mask, and Gateway in the appropriate fields.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 33 F8 LOUT Pressing [F8] logs you out of OSD con tro l of the computers, and blanks the Console screen. This is different from simply pressing [Esc] when you are at the Main Screen to deactivate the OSD. With this function yo u must log in all over again to regain access to the OSD, whereas with [Esc] , all you have to do to reenter the OSD is tap the OSD Hotkey.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 34 Keyboard Port Operation Overview In addition to the OSD, the KH1508i / KH151 6i also supp orts port control directly from t he keyboard with th e use of hotkey co mbinations. Hotkey port con trol allows you to prov ide KVM focus to a particular computer directly from the keyboard .
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 35 (Continued from previous page.) When Hotk ey Mode is active: The Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock LE Ds flash in succession to indicate Hotkey Mode is active. They stop flashing and revert to normal status when you exit H otkey Mode.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 36 Auto Scanning Auto Scan automatically switches among all the active Computer Ports that are accessible to the currently logged on User at regular intervals , so that he can monitor their activity automatically. (See SCAN/SKI P MODE of the OSD F3 SET function, page 26 for informat ion regarding access ible ports).
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 37 Invoking Auto Scan To start Auto Scanning, key in the fol low ing Hotkey combination: 1. Invoke Hotkey Mode (see page 34). 2. Press [A] . After you press A , you automatically exit Hotkey Mode, and enter Auto Scan Mode, and Auto Scanning begins.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 38 Skip Mode This feature allows you to switch between computers in o rder to monitor them manually. You can dwel l on a particular port for as long or as lit tle as you like - as opposed to Auto Scanning, whic h automatically switches after a fixed interval.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 39 Hotkey Beeper Control The Beeper (see ACTIVATE BEEPER , page 28) can be Hot key toggled On and Off. When the beeper is set to On , the KH1508i / KH1516i beeps when it switches ports. To toggle the Beeper, key in th e followin g Hotkey combination: 1.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 40 Firmware Upgrad e KH1508i / KH1516i Upgrade New firmware upgrade packages are po sted on our website as they become available. Check the website regularly to find the latest packages and information relating to them .
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 41 5. From your KVM switch console, bring up the OSD (see page 21) and select the F4ADM function. 6. Scroll down to FIRMWARE UPGRADE . Press [Enter] , then press [Y] to invoke Firmware Upgrade M ode (see page 30) For your reference, the current firmware upgrade vers ion displays on the screen.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 42 (Continued from previous page.) 3. Click Next to continue. The Firm ware Upgrade Utility main screen appears: The Utility in spects your installation. All the devices capable of being upgraded by the package are listed in the Device List panel.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 43 (Continued from previous page.) 4. After you have made your selection(s), Click Next to perform the upgrade. If you enabled Check Firmwar e V ersion , the Utility com pares the device's firmware level with th at of th e upgrade files.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 44 Upgrade Succe eded: After the upgrade has completed, a screen appears to info rm you that the procedure was successful: Click Finish to close the Firmwa re Upg rade Ut ili ty. Upgrade Failed: If the upgrade failed to complete successfully a dialog box appears asking if you want to retry.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 45 Firmware Upgrade Recovery There are basically four conditions that call for firmware upgrade recovery: 1. When a firmware upgrade procedure is interrupted due to a power failure or loss of network connectio n.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 46 Adapter Cable Upgrade The firmware for the K A9520, KA9570, and KA91 30 KVM Adapter Cables can also be upgraded. Check the web sit e regularly to find the latest packages and information relating to them : Before Y ou Begin To prepare for the firmware upgrade, do the following: 1.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 47 St arting the Upgrade: To upgrade your firmware: 1. Run the downloaded Firmw are Upgrade Package fil e - either by double clicking the file ico n, or by opening a command line and keying in t he full path to it.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 48 Upgrade Succe eded: After the upgrade has completed, a screen appears to info rm you that the procedure was successful: Click Finish to close the Firmwa re Upg rade Ut ili ty. Note: At the completion of th e upgrade the KH1508i / K H1516i restarts.
Chapter 4. Local Console Operation 49 Adapter Cable Firmware Upgrade Recovery There are basically four conditions that call for firmware upgrade recovery: When the unit’ s firmware becomes corr upted for some reas on an d you are unable to operate it.
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51 Chapter 5 Browser Login Overview An On Screen Display (OSD) interf ace governs remote KH1508i / KH1516i administration as well as user configuration and port sw itching operations. The OSD can be accessed either with a Wi ndows-based clien t or a Java-based client.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 52 (Continued from previous page.) 4. Provide a valid Username and Password (set up by the KH 1508i / KH1516i administrator – see User Management , page 65), then Cli c k Login to continue. Note: 1. If you supply an invalid login, the authentication routine will return a message stating , Invalid Username or Password.
Chapter 5. Browser Login 53 W eb Page Layout The General Dialog Box An explanation of the dialog box fields is given in the table below: Field Purpose Device Name T o make it easier to manag e installations that have more than one KH1508i / KH1516i, each o ne can be given a name.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 54 Web Page Icons The purpose of the other icon s at th e top of th e web page are explained in the table below: Icon Function Sync: Click this icon to sy nchronize the KH1508i / KH1516i's time with your comput er's time.
Chapter 5. Browser Login 55 Web Page Buttons The purpose of the buttons at the left of the web page are explained in the table below: Icon Purpo se Click this button to download the Windows Client software to remotely control the KH1508i / KH1516i and the devices connected to it.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 56 Upgrading the Firmware (Browser Method) As new versions of the KH1508i / KH 1516i firmware become availab le, they can be downloaded from our website. Check the web site regularly to find the latest information and packages.
Chapter 5. Browser Login 57 Activating the OSD Windows Client After you have successfully logged in (see Logging In , page 51), to activate the browser-based Windows Client OSD do the follo win g: 1. Click the W indo ws Client button (the one without th e arrow) at the left of the web page.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 58 (Continued from previous page.) 4. When a connection to the KH1508i / KH15 16i has been establ ished a screen similar to the one below appears: If Full Screen Mode is enabled (the box is checked), after you connect the remote display displays full screen on your local monitor .
Chapter 5. Browser Login 59 The OSD consist s of three pages – Main , Configuration, and Administ ration. The Administration and Configuration p ages are discussed in Chapter 6. The Main page is discussed in the Windows Client Port Operation chapter, on page 93.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 60 Java Client After you have successfully logged in (see page 51), to activate the Java Client OSD do the foll owing: 1. Click th e Java Client button (the one without the arrow) at the left of the web page. Note: Y ou must have Sun's Java 2 JRE 1.
Chapter 5. Browser Login 61 Once the authentication procedure co mpletes successfully, the OSD Main Screen comes up in the center of your monitor. This is the same OSD that appears when the Windows Client is invoked. As with the Windows Client, the OSD consists o f three pages – Main, Configuration, and Administration.
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63 Chapter 6 Administration and Configuration Overview The remote OSD's Admini stration pa ge lets the Admini strator (and users with administration permission - see User Managem ent , page 65) configure and control overall KH1508i / KH1 516i operations.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 64 (Continued from previous page.) General The General Page presents four items of information. This is the same information that displa ys after you log in from a browser, or when you click th e General icon at the top left of the browser main page.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 65 User Management The User Management dial ogs are used to create and manage user profiles. Up to 64 user profiles can be established. Up to 32 users can log in concurrently. T o delete a user profile, select it in the list box, and click Remove .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 66 Fill in the required information for a new profile, or modify the existing information to edit a previous profile. A descri ptio n of the field headings is given in the tabl e below: (Continues on next page.) Heading Description Username A minimum of 6 and a m aximum of 16 characters is allowed.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 67 (Continued from previous page.) Port Access Clicking the Port Access button brings up a dialog box that allows the Administrator or a User with Administ ration permission to define the selected User's access to the comput ers on a Port-by-Port basis: Click + to expand a Station and show a list of its ports kh15816i.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 68 The access rights choices are explained in he table, below: The default setting is Full for all users on all ports.The access rights can be changed in the following ways: Click directly over an access right to cycle through the choices Move the highl ight bar to a port and press + to cycle forward through the choices Move the highli ght bar t o a po rt an d pr ess - to cycle backward through the choices [Shift] Click on an y port to have all the ports on the Station cycle through the choices in unison Hold down [Shift] and tap + to have all the port s on the Station cycle forward through the choices in unison Hold down [Shift] and tap - to have all the ports on the Station cycle backward through the choices in unison When you have finished making your choices, click Save .
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 69 Service Configuration The Service Configuration di alog is composed of two main panels: Access Port and Log Server: Access Port As a security measure, if a firewall is being used, the Admi nistrator can specify the port numbers that the firewall will allow, and set the firewall accordingly.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 70 Log Server Important transactions that occur on the KH1508i / KH1516i , such as logins and internal status messag es, are kept in an automatically generated log file. Specify the MAC address and a port nu mber for the comput er that the Log Server resides on in this panel.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 71 Network The Network dialog is used to specify the KH1508i / KH15 16i 's network environment. Network T ransfer Rate Set the rate at whic h the KH1508i / KH151 6i transfers data to remote computers.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 72 Radius The RADIUS dialog box allow s yo u to set up log in auth orization for the KH1508i / KH1516i throug h a RADIUS server: To enable RADIUS author ization, do the fo llowing: 1. Check Enable Radius . 2. Fill in the IP addresses and Servi ce Ports for the Primary and Alternate RADIUS servers.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 73 RADIUS Server Access Rights T able: (Continues on next page.) Character Meaning C Grants the user administrator privil eges – allowing system configuration. W Allows the user to access the sy stem via the Windows Client program.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 74 (Continued from previous page.) Note: 1. Characters are not case sensitive. Upper or lower case works equally well. 2. Characters are comma delimited. 3. An invalid character in the configuration string will prohibit access to the KH1508i / KH1516i for the user.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 75 Security The Security page controls access to the KH1508i / KH1516i. IP and MAC Filtering If any filters have been configured, they appear in the IP Filter and/or MAC Filter list boxes. IP and MAC Filters control access to the KH1508i / KH 1516i based on the IP and/or MAC addresses of the computers attempting to connect.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 76 Note: Each IP filter can consist of a singl e address, or a range of addresses. T o filter a single IP address, ke y i n the same addr ess in both the From and T o fields. T o filter a co nti nuous range of IP addr esses, key in the start of the range in the From field; key in the end of the range in the T o field.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 77 Customization The Customization dialog box is arranged in fo ur major secti ons, as desc ribed below: Login Failures Allowed: sets the number of consecutive failed login attempts that are permitted from a remote computer .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 78 I/O Modules Clicking the Attributes button in the I/O Modules section brings up a dialog box that allows you to set attribute parameters for each of the ports: Note: KVM Adapter Cables are referred to as I/O Modules in these dialog boxes.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 79 Miscellaneous The functions performed by th e remaining elements at the bottom of the screen are described in the table, below: Parameter Explanation Reset on Exit Place a check here to have the KH1508i / KH1516i reset itself and implement all the new settings when you log out.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 80 The Configuration Page The OSD Configuration page allo ws users to set up their own, individual, working environments. Th e KH1508i / KH1 516i stores a separate configuration record for each user pro file, and sets up the working configuration acco rding to the Username that is used to log in.
Chapter 6. Administration and Configuration 81 (Continued from previous page.) Setting Function OSD Hotkey Selects which Hotkey controls the OSD function: [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] or [ Ctrl] [Ctrl] . Since the Ctrl key combination may conflict with programs running on the computers, the default is the Scroll Lock combination.
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83 Chapter 7 Windows Client Port Operation After you switch to the KH1508i / KH1516i (see page 57), the OSD comes up with the Main page and Windows Client Control Panel displayed: The OSD consist s of three pages – Main , Configuration, and Administ ration.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 84 Windows Client Control Panel The control panel consists of an icon bar at the top, with two text bars below it. Initially, the text bars d isplay the video resolution an d IP address of the device at the remote location.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 85 Hotkey Setup Various actions related to manipulating the rem ot e server can be accomplished with hotkeys. The Hotkey Setup utility (accessed by clicking the Keyboard icon on the Contro l Panel ), lets you configure which hotkeys perform the actions.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 86 (Continued from previous page.) An explanation of th e Hotkey actions is given in the table below: Note: T o invoke an action, you mu st press and release the key s on e key at a time. Action Explanation Exit remote location Breaks the connection to the KH1508i / KH1516i and returns you to local operation.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 87 Video Adjustment The Video options dialog box allo ws you to adjust the placement and picture quality of the remote screen (as displayed on your m onitor). To bring up the dialog box, either click on the Hammer icon on the Control Panel, or use the Adjust Video hotkeys (see Hotkey Setup , page 85).
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 88 (Continued from previous page.) : Option Usage Screen Position Adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the remote computer window by Clicking the Arrow buttons. Auto-Sync Click Auto-Sync to have the function detect the vertical and horizontal offset values of the remote screen and automatically synchronize it with the local screen.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 89 Gamma Adjustment If it is necessary to correct the gamma level for the remote video display, use the Gamma fu nction of the Video Ad justment dialog box. Under Basic configuration, there are ten preset and four user -defined levels to choose from.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 90 The Message Board The KH1508i / KH1516i support s mult iple user logins, which can possibly give rise to access conflict s. To alleviate this problem, a message board feature has been provided, allowing users to com municate with each other.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 91 The Button Bar The buttons on the Button Bar are toggles. Their actions are described in the table below: Message Display Panel Messages that users post to the board - as well as system messages - display in this panel.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 92 User List Panel The names of all the logged in users are listed in this panel. Y our name appears in blue; other users' nam es appear in black. By default, messages are posted to al l users. T o post a message to one individual user , select the user's name before sending your message.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 93 The Main Page This page lists all of the KH1508i / KH1516i's ports and governs port access. Selecting a port and doubl e clic kin g it swit ches you to the device on that port. Note: The administrator selects which port s are accessible to each user with the User Management function (see page 65 for details).
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 94 The List Function The List Function lets you broaden or narro w the scope of which ports the OSD displays (lists) in the Main Screen. To in voke the List Function, cli ck the arrow at the upper right corner of the panel, or press [F3] : The screen changes to allow you to choose the ports that will be listed: kh15816i.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 95 The drop down list on the left offers four fixed choi ces as shown in the table, below: The text input box on the right allows you to key in a search condition so that only port names that match what you key in show up in the List.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 96 Port Names To help remember which computer is at tached to a particular port, every port can be given a name. This field allows the Administra tor to create, modify, or delete port names. To configure a port nam e: 1.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 97 3. When you have finished editing the po rt nam e, click anywhere outside of the input box to complet e the operation .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 98 Port Operation Once you select a port on the OSD Main Screen its screen comes up on your monitor, and y our keyboard and m ous e input affects the remote system. Note: The administrator selects which port s are accessible to each user with the User Management functi on (see page 65 for details).
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 99 OSD Hotkey Summary T able The following table presents a summary of the OSD Hotkey actions. To set the OSD Hotkey, see OSD Hotkey , page 81. OSD T o olbar Icons The meanings of the to olb ar icons are explained in the table below T o.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 100 Panel Array Mode Clicking on the OSD Toolbar's Panel icon invokes Panel Array Mode. Under this mode, the OSD divides your screen into a 4 x 4 grid of 16 pan els: Each panel represents one of th e KH1508i / KH1516i's ports.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 101 Panel Array T oolbar The panel array toolbar, at the lower right of the screen, pro vid es shortcut navigation and control of the panel array as described in th e table below: Note: For issues af fecting multiple user operation in Panel Array Mode, see Multiuser Operation , page 102.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 102 Multiuser Operation The KH1508i / KH1516i support s multiuser operation. Up t o 32 users can log in at the same time. When multiple users simultaneously access the KH1508i / KH1516i switch from remote consoles, the rules of precedence that apply are shown in the followi ng table: Note: W e recommend that the user who st art s Panel Array Mode set it to display at least four panels; otherw ise, it is possible that other users may receive only part of the picture.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 103 Keyboard Hotkey Operation Keyboard hotkey combinations allow you to provi de KVM focus to a port directly from the keyboard. The KH1508i / KH151 6i provides the following hotkey features: Auto Scanning Skip Mode Switching The hotkeys are: A and P for Auto Scannin g; and th e Arrow Keys for Skip Mode.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 104 Pausing Auto Scan While you are in Auto Scan Mode, you can pause the scanning in order to keep the focus on a particular computer by pressi ng P . During the time that Auto Scanning is paused, the S in front of t he Port ID b links On and Off.
Chapter 7. Windows Client Port Operation 105 Keyboard and Mouse Considerations Keystrokes Except for [Alt + Tab] and [Ctrl + Alt + Del], all keyboard input is sent to the remote system. The above two chorded key combinatio ns are retained on the local system to switch amon g applications and to recover from disaster.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 106 Mouse Synchronization Until you close the KH1508i / KH1 516i connection, mouse movements have no effect on your local sy stem, but instead are captured and sent to the remote system. From time to time, especially if you change vid eo resolu tion, the local mouse movement may no longer be synchro nized with the remote sy stem's mouse pointer.
107 Chapter 8 Java Client Port Operation The Main Page After you switch to the KH1508i / KH1516i (see page 60), the OSD comes up with the Main page displayed in the center of your mo nit or: The OSD consist s of three pages – Main , Configuration, and Administ ration.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 108 The Java Client Control Panel Instead of a control panel like the one that the Windows Cli ent uses, th e Java Client has a hidden control panel, locat ed at the bottom cen ter of the screen. The panel becomes vi si ble wh en the mouse pointer is moved over it.
Chapter 8. Java Client Port Operation 109 Keyp ad Some keyboard combinations cannot be captured and sent to the KH1508 i / KH15 16i. In order to implement their effects on the remote system, this function provides a one-click implementation of some commo n wind ow control combinations.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 110 Message Board The KH1508i / KH1516i support s mult iple user logins, which can possibly give rise to access conflict s. To alleviate this problem, a message board feature, similar to an In ternet chat program, allows users to communicate with each other.
Chapter 8. Java Client Port Operation 111 (Continued from previous page.) The Message Board Button Bar The buttons on the Button Bar are toggles. Their actions are described in the table below: (Continues on next page.) Button Action Enable/Disable Chat.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 112 (Continued from previous page.) Messages that users post to the boar d - as well as s ystem messages - display in the Message Display panel. If you disable Chat, however , messages that get posted to the board won't appear .
Chapter 8. Java Client Port Operation 113 Lock Key LEDs and Resolution These LEDs show the Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock status of the remote computer. They turn Green when the Lock status is On . Click on the ico n to toggle the status. Note: When you first connect, the LED display may not be accurate.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 114 Port Operation Java Client port operation is the same as for the Windows C lient . See Port Operation , page 98, for details. Panel Array Mode This is very similar to the Win dows Client Panel Array Mode (see page 10 0 for details), except for some diff erences in the toolbar.
Chapter 8. Java Client Port Operation 115 Keyboard Hotkey Operation Keyboard hotkey operation is the sa me as for the Windows Client. See Keyboard Hotkey Operation , page 103, for details.
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117 Chapter 9 The Log File The Main Screen The KH1508i / KH1516i log s all the events that take place on it. To view the contents of the log file , click the Log icon at the left of the web page. A screen similar to the one below appears: A maximum of 512 events are stored in the log file.
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119 Chapter 10 The Log Server The Windows-based Log Server is an admin istrative utility that records all the events that take place on selected KH1508i / KH1516i units and writes them to a searchable database. This chapter desc ribes how to install and configure th e Log Server.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 120 St arting Up To bring up the Log Server, either double click the program icon, or key in the full path to th e program on the command line. The first ti me you run it, a screen similar to the one below appears: Note: 1.
Chapter 10. The Log Server 121 The Menu Bar The Menu bar consists of four ite ms: Configure Events Options Help These are discussed in the sec tions that follow. Note: If the Menu Bar appears to be disabled, click in the KH1508i / KH1 516i List window to enable it.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 122 A descriptio n of the fields is giv en in the table, below: Fill in or modify th e fields, then click OK to finish. Event s The Events Menu h as two items: Search and Maintenance . Search Search allows you to search for events co ntaining specific words or strings.
Chapter 10. The Log Server 123 A description of the items is given in the tabl e be low: Item Explanation New search This is one of three radio buttons that define the scope of the search. If it is selected, the search is performed on all the events in the database for the selected KH1508i / KH1516i.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 124 Maintenance This function allows the administrat or to perform manual maintenance of the database. He can use it to erase specifie d records before the expiration time that was set with the Limit setting of the Edit function (see page 122).
Chapter 10. The Log Server 125 The Log Server Main Screen Overview The Log Server Main Screen is divided into two main panels. The upper (List) panel lists the KH1508i / KH1516i unit s that have been selected for the Log Server to track (see Configure , page 121).
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 126 The List Panel The List panel co ntains six fields: The Event Panel The lower panel display s log event s for the currently selected KH1508i / KH1516i. Note that if there are mo re than one KH1508i / KH1516 i units, even though they aren't curren tly selected, if their Recording checkbox is checked, the Log Server records th eir log events and keeps them in it s dat abase.
127 Chapter 11 AP Operation Overview In some cases, the Administrator may not want the KH1508i / KH15 16i to be available via browser access. AP versions of the Windows Client and the Java Client are provided to enab le direct access of the KH1508i / KH1516i witho ut having to go through a browser.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 128 St arting Up To connect to the KH1 508i / KH1516i, go to the location on your hard disk that you saved the Windows Client prog ram to, and double-click its icon (WinClient.exe) to bring up the Window s Client Connection Screen: Note: Y ou must have DirectX 7.
Chapter 11. AP Operation 129 (Continued from previous page.) A description of the Connecti on Screen is given in the following table: Menu Bar The Menu Bar contains three items: File, T ools, and Help. 1. The File Menu allows the operator to Create, Save, and Open user created Work files (see page 130 for details).
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 130 The File Menu The File Menu allows the operator to Create, Save, and Open user created Work files. A W ork File consists of a ll the information sp ecifi ed in a Client session. This includes the Server List an d Server IP list items, as well as the Hotkey settings .
Chapter 11. AP Operation 131 Config When you select Config , a screen similar to the one below appea rs: If Full Screen Mode is enabled (there is a checkmark in the box), the remote display fills the entire screen of your local monitor . If Full Scr een Mode is not enabled (there is no checkmark in the box), the remote display appears as a window on you r desktop.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 132 Connecting To connect to a KH1508i / KH1516i unit: 1. From the Server List box, double-click the device that you wish to con- nect to. Or , specify the IP a ddress and port number in the Server IP and Port input boxes, and then Click Connect .
Chapter 11. AP Operation 133 Operation Once a connection to the KH1508i / KH1516i has been established, the rem ote system's video out put is cap tur ed an d disp lay ed on yo ur mo nit or. At the same time, your local keystrok e and mouse input is captured and sent to t he remote system .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 134 The Java Client Inst allation To install the Java Client on your computer, do the follo wing: 1. Log into the KH1508i / KH1 516i with yo ur browser , and click the second Java Client button (the one with the arrow) .
Chapter 11. AP Operation 135 (Continued from previous page.) The Addr ess Input dialog box appears: 3. Key in the IP address for the unit you want to connect to - including a forward slash followed by the log in string. Note: For security purposes, th e login st ring (set by the administrat or), must be specified correct ly as part of the IP address.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 136 Operation The look and feel of the AP Java client operation is the same as for the browser version of the Java client.
137 Chapter 12 Keyboard Emulation Mac Keyboard The PC compatible (101/104 key) keyboard can emu late the functions of the Mac keyboard. The emulation mappings are listed in the table below. Note: When using key combinations, press and release the first key (Ctrl), then press and release the activation key .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 138 Sun Keyboard The PC compatible (101/104 key) keyboard can emul ate the fu ncti ons of the Sun keyboard when t he Control key [Ctrl] is used in conjunction with o ther keys. The corresponding function s are shown in the table below.
139 Appendix Safety Instructions General Read all of these instructions. Save them for future reference. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the dev ice. Do not place the device on any unstable su rf ace (cart, stand, table, etc.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 140 extension cord ampere rating. Mak e sure that the total of al l products plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed 15 amperes. T o help protect y our system from sudden, transient increases and decreases in electrical power , use a su rge suppressor , line conditioner , or uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Appendix 141 Rack Mounting Before working on the rack, ma ke su re that the stabilizer s are secured to the rack, extended to the floor , and that the full w eight of the rack rests on the floor . Install front and side stabilizers on a single rack or front stabilizers for joined multiple ra cks before work ing on the rack.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 142 T echnical Support International North America When you contact u s, please have the followin g information ready beforeh and: Product model number, serial number , and date of purchase. Y our computer configuration, incl uding operating system, revision level , expansion cards, and software.
Appendix 143 T roubleshooting Administration General Operation Problem Resolution After upgrading firmware, the KH1508i / KH1516i still appears to be using the old firmware version. Y our Internet browser is displaying cached web pages – not new ones.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 144 The Java Client For mouse synchronization problems, see Mouse Synchronization , page 109. For connection and operation pr oblems, see the table below: The Log Server Problem Resolution Java Client won't connect to the KH1508i / KH1516i.
Appendix 145 Panel Array Mode The Windows Client Problem Resolution Low resolution video in Panel Array Mode. Increase the numb er of panels that are displayed. Some users only receive a partial image when multiple remote users are logged in concurrently .
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 146 Sun Systems * These solutions work for most comm on Sun VGA cards. If using them fails to resolve the problem , consult the Sun VGA card's manual. Problem Resolution Video display problems with HDB-15 interface system s (e.
Appendix 147 Additional Mouse Synchronization Procedures If the mouse synchronization procedures mentioned in th e ma nu al fail to resolve mouse pointer problems for particular compu ters, try the followi ng: Note: 1. These procedures are to be perfor med on the computers attached to the KH1508i / KH1516i's po rts - not on the computer you are using to access the KH1508i / KH1516i.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 148 3. W indows ME / W i ndow s 95: Set the mouse speed to the middle position; disable mouse acceleration (click Advanced to get the dialog box fo r thi s). 4. W indows NT / W i ndo ws 98: Set the mouse speed to the slowest position.
Appendix 149 Specifications Function KH1508i KH1516i Computer Connections D irect 8 16 Maximum 128 (via daisy chain) 256 (via daisy chain) Port Selection OSD; Hotkey; Pushbutton Connectors Console Port Keyboard 1 x 6-pin Mini-DIN Female (Purple) Video 1 x HDB-15 Female (Blue) Mouse 1 x 6-pin Mi ni-DIN Female (Green) KVM Port 8 x RJ-45 Female 1 6 x RJ-45 Female Daisy Chain Ports 1 x DB-25 Male (Black) Power 1 x 3-prong AC socket LAN 1 x RJ-45 Female PON 1 x DB-9 Male (Black) Switches Reset 1 x Semi-recessed Pushbutton Power 1 x Rocker Port Selectio n 8 x Pushbutton 1 6 x Pushbutton F/W Upgrade 1 x Slide LEDs On Line 8 (Green) 16 (Gr een) Selected 8 (Orange) 16 (Orange) Power 1 (Blue) S tation I D 2 x 7-segment (Orange) Link 1 (Green) 10 / 100Mbp s 1 (Orange / Green) Emulati on K eyboard/ Mouse PS /2 Video Local 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (40m); 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz (30m) Remote 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz Scan Interval 1–255 secs I/P Rating 100–240V AC; 50 /60Hz Power Consumption 120V/12W ; 230V/12W Environment Operating T emp.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 150 T rusted Certificates Overview When you t ry to log in to the device from your browser, a Security Alert message appears to inform you that the device’s certifi cate is not trusted, and asks if you want to proceed.
Appendix 151 Inst alling the Certificate To install the ce rt if i cate, do the following: 1. In the Security Alert dial og bo x, click V iew Certificate. Th e Cert ificate Information dialog box app ears: Note: There is a red and white X logo over the certificate to indicate that it is not trusted.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 152 5. Next, click Finish to complete the installation; then cli ck OK to close the dialog box. Certificate T rusted The certificate is now trusted: When you click View Certificate , you can see that the red and white X logo is no longer present – further indica tion that the certificate is trusted: kh15816i.
Appendix 153 Supported Devices The following table represents a list of supported devices that can be used on a KH1508i / KH151 6i installation. OSD Factory Default Settings The factory default se ttings are as follows: Ty p e Daisy Chain Switches KH1508; KH1516; ACS1208A; ACS1216A PON PN0108; PN1216 Central Control CC1000 Setting Default OSD Hotkey [Scroll Loc k] [Scroll Loc k] Port ID Display Port Number + Name Port ID Display Duration 5 Seconds Scan / Skip Mode All Scan Duration 10 Seconds Screen Blanker 0 Minutes (disabled) Beeper On Accessible Ports F (Full) For all Users o n all Ports kh15816i.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 154 Administrator Login Failure If you are unable to perform an Adminis trator login (because the Username and Password information has become corrupted , or you have fo rgotten it, for example), there is a procedure you can use to clear the login information.
Appendix 155 IP Module Firmware Upgrade Recovery If a firmware upgrade procedure was in terru pted due to a sudden power fai lure or loss of network connection, the ordinary firmware upgrade recovery procedures described in Firmware Upgrade Recovery , page 45, may not work for the IP module.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 156 Limited W arranty ALTUSEN warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the da te of purchase. If this pr oduct proves to be defective, contact ALTUSEN 's support department for repair or replacement of your unit.
157 Index A Access Port, 69 Activating the OSD Java, 60 Windows, 57 Adapter cable installation, 14 Adjust Video Java Client, 108 Windows Client, 87 ADM, 29 Administration, 63 Customization Page, 77 General, 63 List Functi on , 94 Network, 71 Port access, 67 Quick View Ports, 93 RADIUS, 72 Security, 75 User management, 65 Administrator functions, 29 Administrator Login Failure, 154 AP Operation Config, 131 Java Client, 134 Windows Client, 127 Auto Scanning, 32, 36, 103 Invoking Auto Scan, 37, 103 Multiuser Operation, 102 Pausing Auto Scan, 37, 104 Scan Dura tion, 27, 81 Setting the Scan Interval, 36, 103 Stopping, 37 B Beeper, 81 Hotkey Control, 39 Browser General Dialog Box, 53 Logging In, 51 Browser Firmware Upgrade, 56 C Cat5 cable length, 78 Components Front View, 6 Rear View, 8 Configuration Page Windows Client, 80 Control Panel Java Clien t, 108 Windows Client, 84 Corrupt Password, 154 Customization Page, 77 D Daisy Chaining, 15 Date/Time Settings Synchroni ze, 54 default, 21 Default username and password, 21 Default We b Page Name , 76 F Factory Default Settings, 153 Features, 3 Firmware upgrade adapter cable, 46 browser, 56 cable, 40, 46 local, 40 port, 40, 46 kh15816i.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 158 Firmware upgrade recovery, 45 IP Module, 155 Forgotten Password, 154 Front View, 6 G Gamma adjustment, 89 GOTO, 24 H Hardware Setup, 9 Hot Plugging Stations, 18 Hotkey Beeper Control, 39 Command Mode, 27 OSD, 26, 81 Port Control, 34 Selecting the Active Port, 35 Summary Tab le, 39 Hotkey Mode auto scanning, 36 exiting, 35 invoking, 34 Hotkey operation Auto Scanning, 103 keyboard, 103, 115 OSD, 99 Hotkey setup, 85 Hotkeys Windows Client, 85, 130 I I/O Modules, 78 Installation Single Station, 12 Invalid login, 52 Invoking Hotkey Mode, 34 IP Address, 53 J Java Client, 107, 134 AP Installation, 134 AP Login, 135 AP Operation, 136 Control Panel, 108 Keypad, 109 Lock Key LEDs, 113 Troubleshooti ng, 144 Video Adjustment, 108 K Keyboard Emulation Mac, 137 Sun, 138 Keyboard hotkey operation, 103, 115 Keyboard Port Operation, 34 KVM adapter in stallation, 14 L Language Support, 5 LEDs Port, 7 Station ID, 7 LIST, 25 List Function, 94 Local Console OSD, 21 Local Firmware Upgrade, 40 Lock Key LEDs, 84, 113 Log File, 117 Log Server Configure, 121 Events, 122 Installation, 119 Main Screen, 120, 125 Maintenance, 124 Menu Bar, 121 Options, 124 kh15816i.
Index 159 Search, 122 Starting U p, 120 Log server, 70 Logging In, 51 Logging Out, 54 Login Invalid login, 52 Login Failures, 77 Logout, 33 LOUT, 33 M Main Page Windows Client, 93 Main Webpage, 52 Message Board, 110 button bar, 111 Java Client, 110 Windows Client, 90 Mouse Synchronization, 106 Mouse synchronization, 109 Multiuser Operation, 102 N Network, 71 O Online Registration, iii Operating Systems, 5 Operation AP, 127 OSD Activating Java, 60 Windows, 57 Configuration Page, 80 Factory Default Settings, 153 Functions, 24 Hotkey, 21, 26, 81 Local Console, 21 Logout, 33 Main Page, 93 Main Screen, 22 Main Screen Headings, 23 Navigation, 23 Recalling, 98 Toolbar, 98 OSD hotkey operation, 99 P Panel Array Mode Java Clien t, 114 Multiuser Operation, 102 Windows Client, 100 Password, 21 Pause, 32 Port LEDs, 7 Selection, 17 Port access, 67 Port control hotkeys, 34 Port ID Display Duration, 26 Display Mode, 26, 81 Display Position, 26 Numbering, 19 Port Names, 96 Port operation Java Clien t, 114 Windows Client, 98 Powering Off and R estarting, 19 Q Quick View Ports, 93 kh15816i.
KH1508i / KH1516i User Manual 160 R Rack Mounting, 11 RADIUS, 72 Access Rights Examples, 74 Access rights table, 73 Rear View, 8 Requirements Computer, 4 Console, 4 General, 4 KVM Adapter Cables, 5 Reset on exit, 53 Reset Switch, 7 RoHS, ii S Safety I nstructions General, 139 Rack Mounting, 141 SCAN, 32 Scan Duration, 81 Select, 81 Scan Duration, 27 SCAN/SKIPMODE, 27 Screen Blanker, 27, 81 Security, 75 Selecting the Active Port, 35 Service configuration, 69 SET, 26 Setting the Au to Scan Interval, 36, 103 Single Station Installation, 12 SJ/T 11364-2006 , ii Skip Mode, 27, 38, 104 Specifications, 149 Stacking, 10 Station ID LEDs, 7 Substitute keys, 105 Supported devices, 153 Supported Operating Systems, 5 T Technical Support, 142 Telephone support, iii Toolbar OSD, 98 Panel Array Mo de (Java), 114 Panel Array Mode (Windows), 100 Troubleshooti ng Administration, 143 General operation, 143 Java Client, 144 Log Server, 144 Login Failure, 154 Panel Array Mo de, 145 Sun Systems, 146 Windows Client, 145 Trusted Certificates, 150 U User management, 65 User Notice, iii Username default, 21 V Video Adjustment Java Client, 108 Windows Client, 87 W Webpage Buttons, 55 Icons, 54 Layout, 53 Windows Client kh15816i.
Index 161 AP Config, 131 AP File Menu, 130 AP Installation, 127 AP Login, 132 AP Operation, 133 AP Tools Menu, 130 Control Panel, 84 Hotkeys, 130 Message Board, 90 Toolbar, 98 Troubleshooting, 145 Video Adjustment, 87 Working Mode, 77 kh15816i.
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