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Network Isolation for Telex Radio Control Systems using KVM2Ethernet

When Neal Butler of G-Tech Security Solutions, was looking for a way to access an isolated server of a Telex Radio Control System, he considered several solutions, including the use of a Belkin KVM  2x8 matrix switch. However, because the servers that need to be maintained during network isolations are sensitive installations, the KVM2Ethernet turned out to be the most applicable solution.

By connecting a KVM2Ethernet device to the server, Neal Butler was able to perform network isolation by disconnecting the server from the network, yet still have access to it using the KVM2Ethernet device.

Using a KVM2Ethernet, offline servers can be securely administered and easily accessed from a remote location without the need for additional network infrastructure.


KVM2USB accesses offline servers



The KVM2Ethernet product has been discontinued and replaced with KVM2USB.

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Network Isolation for Telex Radio Control Systems using KVM2Ethernet
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