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IP KVM-over-IP

Discussion in 'KVM' started by Prat, Sep 21, 2023.

  1. Prat

    Prat Guest


    I am looking for a secure Client-server solution (KVM-over-IP) so that Client cannot transfer actual data and still operate reliably with highest quality video.
    • On premise servers in data center (including few server-Mac Machines)
    • In-office and couple-of-remote desktop clients need to access these server-mac machines
    Need to start with about 10 client machines.

    Can you suggest good KVM-over-IP solution?
  2. KVMGalore Expert

    KVMGalore Expert Staff Member

    Hello Prat,

    Thank you for reaching out on our HelpCenter.

    Before we can point you in the right direction, we need some additional information about your setup:
    1) What do you mean by "so that Client cannot transfer actual data"?
    2) By "client", are you referring to the remote user who is physically located away from where the controlled computers are located?
    3) What video resolution do you need to support by calling it "highest quality video"?
    4) How many computers (in total) are you looking to control?
    5) What type of keyboard/mouse interface do these computers have?
    6) What type of video interface do these computers have?
    7) How many concurrent remote users need to be supported?
    8) Where are your users (who need to access and operate these computers) located: a) in the same office building as the controlled computers? or b) In a completely different location than that of the controlled computers?

    Please advise.

    Important note: To continue this discussion - please respond via KVMGalore HelpCenter thread, NOT via e-mail.

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