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Multi-screen 3 machines and 4 setups

Discussion in 'KVM' started by Frank H, Oct 29, 2017.

  1. Frank H

    Frank H New member

    Hey there,

    Could you please guide me to the right KVM switch that I'd need to look for:

    The situation is so:
    I have 2 machines in the same room (both machines can handle 6+ monitors).
    I have 4 setups of 3 monitors, each in different rooms (including one at 100 feet away).

    I'd need to access these 2 machines from the different rooms.
    The solution doesn't have to be a switch, but i don't see anything else that could solve that.

    Note: A solution for 3 machines and 4 setups would be ideal.
    Thanks in advance.
  2. KVMGalore Expert

    KVMGalore Expert Staff Member

    Not sure what you mean by this - could you please send us a diagram of...
    1) Your current setup
    2) Your desired setup

  3. Frank H

    Frank H New member

    thank you kindly for the help.

    here's an update on what needs to be accomplished.

    Attached Files:

  4. KVMGalore Expert

    KVMGalore Expert Staff Member


    AdderView DDX30 could be your best bet.
    It has 7 ports designated for user-screens, and 23 more ports that can be designated either for computer-outputs or user-screens, so you can set it up to support multiple users with multiple screens per user.

    Each designated user-screen requires a AdderView DDX-USR user station.
    Each computer-output requires a dongle, that may support DisplayPort, DVI or VGA.
    All three components get connected via CATx, allowing you to locate computers, switch, and users in different rooms.

    Hope this helps!
    We welcome your questions - please come back and ask us anything, anytime, or just offer your feedback.

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