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This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. Introduction Overview. Hardware Requirements. Hotkey Operation Hotkey Port Access. Invoking Hotkey Mode.
Selecting the Active Port Auto Scanning. Skip Mode. Hotkey Beeper Control. Hotkey Summary Table. It covers all aspects of installation, configuration and operation. An overview of the information found in the manual is provided below. Its purpose, features and benefits are presented, and its front and back panel components are described. For example, [Enter] means to press the Enter key. Numbered lists represent procedures with sequential steps.
M Bullet lists provide information, but do not involve sequential steps. Chapter 1. Before the development of the Master View, the only way to control multiple computer configurations from a single console was through a complex and costly network system.
Introduction Note: 1. Attempts to do so will not work. Introduction 1 Handle Pull to slide the KVM module out; push to slide the module in see item 13 in this table. See p. Note: The shape of these pin connectors has been specifically modified so that only KVM cables designed to work with this switch can plug in see the Cables section on p.
Chapter 2. Installation Before you Begin 1. Make sure that power to all the devices you will be connecting up have been turned off. You must unplug the power cords of any computers that have the Keyboard Power On function. Otherwise, the switch will receive power from the computer. To prevent damage to your installation make sure that all devices Single Stage Installation In a Single Stage installation, there are no additional switches daisy chained down from the first unit.
Power on the switch. After the switch is powered on, power on the computers. Wait a few seconds for the unit to ascertain its Station ID. Chapter 3. To access the console, slide the console module out and raise the cover. Note: As a safety precaution, to keep the console from accidentally sliding out, the console is locked into the In position.
Release the catches; pull the module slightly toward you; then push it all the way in. Note: The reason for the two step procedure is to minimize the chances of you pinching your fingers when sliding the module in.
Contrast Adjusts the foreground white level of the screen image. Phase Adjusts the vertical size of the screen image. Clock Adjusts the horizontal size of the screen image.
In order for hot plugging to work properly, however, the procedures described below must be followed: Switching Station Positions You can switch station positions by simply unplugging from the old parent and plugging into a new one.
Before starting it back up you must do the following: 1. Shut down all the computers that are attached to it. Note: You must unplug the power cords of any computers that have the Keyboard Power On function.
Otherwise, the switch will still receive power from the computers. Wait 10 seconds, then plug the Station back in. Note: 1. Chapter 4. To pop up the Main Screen, tap the [Scroll Lock] key twice. With this method, the [Ctrl] keys must be on the same side both left, or both right. If there are more list entries than there is room for on the Main Screen, the screen will scroll.
For example, you can: rapidly switch to any port; scan selected ports only; limit the list you wish to view; designate a port as a Quick View Port; create or edit a port name; or make OSD setting adjustments.
To access an OSD function: 1. Many of the OSD functions only operate on the computers currently selected for Listing on the Main Screen with this function. The submenu choices and their meanings are given in the table below: Choice Meaning ALL Lists all of the ports on the installation. A separate profile for each is stored by the OSD and is activated according to the Username provided during Login.
To change a setting: 1. Double Click it; or move the highlight bar to it, then press [Enter]. After you select an item, a submenu with further choices appears. Key in a value from 1 - seconds, then press [Enter]. It allows the Administrator to configure and control the overall operation of the OSD. Double Click the choice you want, or move the Highlight Bar to it then press [Enter]. This function allows the Administrator to create, modify, or delete port names. To Edit a port name: 1. Click the port you want, or use the Navigation Keys to move the highlight bar to it, then press [Enter].
The maximum number of characters allowed for the Port Name is When a port is deselected, the arrowhead disappears. Note: Only the Station Numbers get updated. When this function is in effect, commands sent from the console are broadcast to all available computers on the installation. This function is particularly useful for operations that need to be performed on multiple computers, such as performing a system wide shutdown, installing or upgrading software, etc.
The LIST function see p. Chapter 5. Hold down the Num Lock key; 2. Press and release the minus key; 3. They stop flashing and revert to normal status when you exit HKM. M A Command Line appears on the monitor screen. The command line prompt is the word Hotkey: in yellow text on a blue background, and displays the subsequent Hotkey information that you key in.
Hotkey Operation Auto Scanning Auto Scan automatically switches among all the active CPU Ports that are accessible to the currently logged on User at regular intervals, allowing automatic monitoring of computer activity. Invoke HKM see p.
Press [A]. M While you are in Auto Scan Mode, you can pause the scanning in order to keep the focus on a particular computer either by pressing P or with a Left Click of the mouse. Hotkey Operation Skip Mode This feature allows you to switch between computers in order to monitor them manually. You can dwell on a particular port for as long or as little as you like - as opposed to Auto Scanning, which automatically switches after a fixed interval.
To invoke Skip Mode, key in the following Hotkey combination: 1. To toggle the Beeper, key in the following Hotkey combination: 1. Chapter 6. The Utility comes as part of a Firmware Upgrade Package that is specific for each device. New firmware upgrade packages are posted on our web site as new firmware revisions become available. Check the web site regularly to find the latest packages and information relating to them.
From a computer that is not part of your KVM installation go to our Internet support site and choose the model name that relates to your device to get a list of available Firmware Upgrade Packages. Choose the Firmware Upgrade Package you want to install usually the most recent , and download it to your computer.
Run the downloaded Firmware Upgrade Package file - either by double clicking the file icon, or by opening a command line and entering the full path to it. The wording and layout of the actual screens put up by the Firmware Upgrade Utility may vary slightly from these examples.
Click Next to continue. The Firmware Upgrade Utility main screen appears. The devices capable of being upgraded are listed in the Device List panel: 4. As you select devices, a detailed description of each appears in the Device Description panel. The Firmware Upgrade Utility 5.
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