The IntelliServer is an
expandable asynchronous communications server that combines the
functionality of a high-performance terminal server with the extended
communications capabilities of an Internet access device. The IntelliServer
Communications Server extends your corporate network to remote users
worldwide. Network users can now work anywhere, and gain access
to the corporate network for remote client access, multi-user host
access, and remote office access.
The IntelliServer can
be connected directly to a TCP/IP Ethernet LAN, or can be booted
independently and operated as a stand alone unit. It is operating
system independent using the industry standard TCP/IP client
software. This technology simplifies upgrades and TCP/IP host
cross-platform connectivity. Installation of the IntelliServer is
menu driven and can be completed in a few minutes.
The IntelliServer is a
compact, high-performance RISC workstation complete with a 32-bit
MIPS-R3000 compatible CPU and supports all standard RS-232 serial
devices such as terminals, PCs, printers, modems, bar code scanners
and point-of-sale (POS) equipment. Each connected serial device
can communicate at baud rates of up to 200 Kbps full-duplex.
a utility that allows a UNIX LAN host to access IntelliServer ports
as if they were local tty devices. Modem ports can be used
for both dial-in and dial-out access, ending the requirement for
dedicated inbound and outbound modems. Group resources such
as printers and modems can be assigned to shared "hunt groups."
An impressive list of
security and configuration features are included in the IntelliServer.
Users can be automatically logged onto a specific host, offered
a menu of host connections or given access to IntelliServer's menu
and shell. If desired, passwords can be defined for specific
users and for administrators. A resident multi-session manager
(IntelliView) allows each user to run up to 8 login sessions and
"hot-key" from one session to the next.
The IntelliServer can
boot from ROM or from a LAN host. IntelliServer's extensive
protocol support includes rlogin, telnet, telnetd, reverse telnet,
SNMP, RADIUS, RIP, plus a special IP Filtering feature that defines
and regulates the flow of selected IP packets.
The standard feature list
includes full PPP, SLIP and CSLIP support, which permits IP devices
to be connected over a RS232 or RS422 serial ports at up to 200Kbps.
This offers an ideal solution for sites that want to implement cost-effective
remote access, Internet access and LAN-to-LAN interconnectivity.
Each 16-port IntelliServer
SlimLine can be expanded using low cost 16-port expansion modules.
A single IntelliServer SlimLine can support 64 ports, 96 login sessions,
and up to 36 PPP/SLIP connections. It is easy to install and can
be desk, floor or wall mounted. Surge/spike protection is
standard on all signals.